ICON's DOCS expands with four new offices in Europe

Wednesday, November 16, 2011 10:11 AM

ICON's resourcing division, DOCS, has expanded in Europe by opening four new offices: in Milan, Italy; Budapest, Hungary; Brussels, Belgium and Berlin, Germany. This latest expansion brings the total number of DOCS offices in Europe to 22.

DOCS has been operational in Europe for over 15 years, growing from a small healthcare staffing business to a global provider of resourcing solutions, including functional service provision, strategic sourcing and permanent placement. DOCS’ European expansion follows its launch in Asia-Pacific in early 2011 and it plans to further expand in other key markets, including Latin America, Eastern Europe, the Middle East and Russia, in 2012.

“DOCS has always been strong in Europe and we have a large client and candidate base in the region,” commented Mr. Colin Stanley, president, DOCS.  “Investing in local support and infrastructure will ensure that we support the current and future needs of both clients and candidates. We have aggressive growth plans for the future and will continue our market expansion in line with these plans.”

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