Quantica on track to reach turnover goal


Posted on May 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Jan Cordwell, managing director of specialist recruitment and training provider Quantica, is well on track to achieve an ambitious challenge made by the company three years ago ­ to set up its healthcare division and deliver a £7 million turnover by the end of 2002. Group chief executive Les Lawson challenged Ms Cordwell, who joined Quantica in 1998 to establish its first healthcare branch, Quantica HRS in Colchester, to create a healthcare arm turning over £1.5 million within 12 months and to double that year on year over three years. Under Ms Cordwell¹s direction, Quantica Healthcare has expanded to 10 branches nation-wide, all operating in profit, to become the company¹s fastest growing division, with 100 per cent year on year increase in turnover and accounting for 20 per cent of Quantica¹s overall sales. Ms Cordwell said Quantica has become the leading supplier of temporary care and healthcare workers within its home territories in the Essex and Cambridgeshire regions and secured high profile, pref





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