Skytrend Consulting Unveils HR, Recruitment Services
Skytrend Consulting Ltd, a business development and accounting solutions company located at the heart of Lagos has unveiled human resources and recruitment services.
Skytrend Consulting seeks to help small and medium sized organizations meet their human capital needs with the most resourceful candidates.
“We helps organizations reach candidates across the web and different locations, improve their employment brand, and generate a consistent pipeline of talent that can ultimately be hired for our client’s success, Femi Adeoya, the team Lead Partner says in a statement.
Speaking on the launch, Joy Ojumu a senior Client Manager adds, “Our business pedigree and clients’ experience coupled with a reputation for building long-term relationships with key clients stand us out”.
The firm also offers a wide range of creative accounting and financial services to organizations geared towards planning and optimizing their cost, facilitating business growth and improving steady profitability. This is achieved with the use of tailored and well tested business strategy that identifies and build on the strength of our clients’ organisation.
The statement adds that organizations interested in recruiting qualified, experienced and result oriented staff should contact the agency through its helpline 0803 239 3958 or send an email to email@example.com.
Skytrend Consulting has offices located at Ikeja and Anthony Village.
Eagles Park Building
7, Obokun Close, Off Dipeolu Street,
Off Obafemi Awolowo Way,
Behind Tantalizers, Allen Avenue Junction,
Ikeja, Lagos State.
+234 803 239 3958
Anthony Village Office
Prince of Anthony
27 Oyedele Ogunniyi Street,
Anthony Village, Lagos.
+234 803 454 9454
Call 0803 239 3958 for free financial consulting advice for your businesses.
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