Merseyside recruitment company targets international growth in its first year
A Merseyside recruitment company that specialises in renewable energy has expanded its portfolio of international clients after landing a new assignment with Inazin, the Gloucestershire-headquartered development firm.
Hyperion Executive Search, which is based in Liverpool, secured the project with Inazin after working with a number of other multi-national companies, including German solar technology firm Hanwha Q CELLS.
The firm’s founder, David Hunt, said: “While there continue to be a number of uncertainties surrounding the renewables industry in the UK, there are exciting opportunities to increase our work on international assignments.”
The company has also delivered projects for China-based solar firm Sungrow.
David continued: “There has been an upward trend in the amount of international work we are winning during the second half of our first year and we have a number of significant assignments in the pipeline.”
Alongside his work with Hyperion, David also acts as Renewable Energy Association’s chair of onsite renewables and previously served as a member of the Parliamentary Renewable and Sustainable Energy Group.
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