We are thrilled to announce that Salt has ranked in The Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200 for the 3rd consecutive year. This year, Salt ranked #135 in the league table that ranks Britain’s mid-market private companies with the fastest-growing international sales, measured over the latest two years of available accounts.
Salt’s CEO, Elliot Dell said about the ranking:
It is fantastic to be recognised for the 3rd year in a row. Salt is currently experiencing exciting growth. We’re expanding into South Africa and Austin and we continue to create futures for digital talent around the world. We feel the ranking highlights all of Salt’s recent accomplishments and inspires us further.
Elliot Dell, CEO
Salt is a global, award-winning digital recruitment agency, connecting people and businesses within Creative, Marketing, Sales, and Technology. Over 250 consultants are “Creating Futures” around the world and change the lives of 1000s of people each year by helping them to start new roles in some of the most exciting start-ups, scale-ups, agencies or large global powerhouses. We cover permanent as well as contract roles and have offices in Auckland, Cape Town, Dubai, Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur, London, Melbourne, New York, Singapore, and Sydney.
Our services range from single hires to covering complete outsourcing solutions involving business change. We partner with our clients to find and place not only the best individual talent but also produce the most impressive and exciting digital teams across the globe. In New Zealand, our market coverage extends to Accounting & Finance, Business Support & Operations, and Supply Chain & Logistics.
Salt recently acquired APAC-based specialist digital, tech, media, and sales firm, Xpand and talent agency Recruit Digital in South Africa in order to further increase our global talent services. Together with the new teams, we will have a stronger presence in the market as they join our vision in “Creating Futures” for our customers globally that will positively impact the digital economy.