ApTask to Expand Global Footprint

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The New Jersey-based staffing company, ApTask, is expanding its global footprint by launching operations in Mumbai and Baroda to better serve Indian clients, as well as current US clients with presence in the region.  ApTask, a 2014 Inc. 500 company, looks to maintain its growth trajectory by increasing recruitment capacity, scaling the client services team, and expanding into select high-growth markets.  India is one of the fastest growing economies in the world and has a strong talent pool from which to draw from to deliver consulting and recruitment services.  In a research publication released in February 2014, Staffing Industry Analysts estimates the size of the Indian staffing market at around USD 5 billion, with temporary staffing comprising 75% of that market and growing at a very fast rate.

“We are quite excited about this new venture.  This operation will allow us to serve our US based clients even better by providing the same commitment to excellence internationally as we do domestically.” ApTask India will provide a wonderful platform for the temporary workforce at a pan-India level. Our goal is to become the “Employer of Choice” for the contingent workforce in India and connect our clients with the best talent in the region,” said Joseph Butler, CEO of ApTask.

About ApTask

ApTask is a leader in staffing and workforce solutions for Information Technology, Finance, and Administrative talent, drawing on years of recruitment experience, proven processes and deep industry relationships to help our clients secure the right people and the right resources to fit their staffing, project, and workforce solution needs and to help our continuously growing network of consultants connect with the right opportunities.

ApTask is a certified Minority Business Enterprise (MBE).

Follow ApTask on Twitter @MyApTask.

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