Exec-Appointments shortlisted for Recruiter Awards
for Excellence 2008
Submitted by: pr-sending-enterprises
Exec-Appointments has been nominated in the Best Job Board category at the 2008 Recruiter Awards for
Excellence. The awards will be presented at a gala award ceremony on 28th April at the Grosvenor House Hotel
Exec-Appointments, which was acquired by the Financial Times in November 2007, recently achieved 200,000
registered executives on its website. It also has over 10,000 MBAs who are members of MBA-Direct.com.
Exec-Appointments has a strong brand, recognised internationally by both clients and candidates alike.
Exec-Appointments which focuses on high-earning executive jobs, has a major presence in online recruitment.
It has a successful core product - which focuses on senior management jobs and boasts the highest proportion of
C-suite, director and senior manager visitors and highest average income visitors to any UK online job site –
and two specialist products targeting MBAs and Non-Executive Directors.
Betty Thayer, Chief Executive of Exec-Appointments said, “I am delighted that Exec-Appointments has been
short listed for these awards, recognition of a highly successful year for the company.”
The nomination comes less than six months after the company was bought by the Financial Times. The change
in ownership has increased the exposure of Exec-Appointments vacancies, with the job board gaining direct
access to the FT.com network where jobs are listed next to articles and analysis on the Financial Times website.
About Exec Appointments
Exec-appointments.com is owned by the Financial Times company and is the leading, award winning online
site for executive jobs, including permanent, interim, contract, non-executive and senior voluntary positions in
the UK and abroad. Launched in response to demand for a high quality, online recruitment advertising service,
exec-appointments.com has formed a number of important associations and conducted rese