It has also said it will broaden its offerings and recruitment for IT posts as well as make more moves into apprenticeships.
The company, which has survived tough economic times, running since 1985, employs 15 recruitment specialists and operates from offices in Manchester city centre, Sale and Stockport.
It currently rakes in a turn over of £5 million, but has said that it now wants to ramp this up by 20 percent .
It claims that over the the past 28 years it has placed in excess of 15,000 people in permanent jobs throughout the North West, while it’s also doing its bit for apprentices recently promoting its first apprentice and planning to take on a second to train them in all administrative aspects of the job.
The move is sure to please Prime Minister David Cameron who earlier this month claimed that apprenticeships should become the “new norm” for school kids who choose not to get into debt by going to university.
Connections works with clients from sole traders to global PLCs and recruits for roles in administration, customer services, accounting, finance, HR, recruitment, logistics, buying, textiles, sales and marketing.
Jonathan Dobkin, co-owner of Connections, said the company’s plan had always been to grow the business organically and expand divisional offering.