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APSCo appoints Etherington

The Association of Professional Staffing Companies (APSCo) has appointed Teri Etherington as affiliate member account manager.

Teri comes with a wealth of experience in working with suppliers to the professional recruitment sector and is familiar to many in APSCo’s network through six years spent in a high-profile role at Recruitment International magazine.

Commenting on her new role, Teri said: “After 18 years in and around the recruitment sector, I am so excited to be continuing my journey with ASPCo. The industry wouldn’t be where it is today without the businesses which supply vital services that enable professional consultancies to flourish. I’m looking forward to working alongside our affiliate members to help them to achieve their goals through promoting their offerings within the sector.”

Samantha Hurley, Director of Operations at APSCo, added: “We at APSCo recognise that recruitment stakeholders and suppliers are pivotal to the success of the UK’s recruitment profession and I think I speak for everyone when I say that we are absolutely delighted to welcome Teri to the team.

“I’m sure our members will agree that she is perfectly placed to take forward and develop our affiliate value proposition to ensure that these members have unrivalled opportunities to build their profile across the professional recruitment sector. I have no doubt that Teri’s previous experience in this area, coupled with her existing relationships with members and suppliers to the profession alike, will be a huge asset to APSCo.”


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