Availexe – a new generation of business consultancy
Availexe is a new generation of business consultancy, providing highly skilled candidates to fast developing companies who have neither the time or the inclination to take the responsibilities of full-time staff.
By offering outsourcing by objective, Availexe take the ‘management-by-objective’ ethos a stage further – allowing businesses to break projects down into specific objectives and outsource those to functional experts.
Availexe have a vast and diverse resource of fully-qualified, talented candidates that companies can draw upon immediately. Availexe people have first-hand experience of senior positions in over 30 different industry sectors, have 'walked-the-walk' and are now at the interim period between working full-time and becoming self-employed.
The majority of Availexe people just happen to be women. With an extensive Facebook campaign, Availexe can recruit staff from a demographic that have successfully worked hard for the first ten years of their working life, but may have decided to start families or wish to work part-time for other reasons. Availexe offers an opportunity for this huge resource to maintain a working confidence and professional development skills – allowing a return to working life with little or no drop in personal esteem or stature.
The Power of Diversity – Government ‘diversity and inclusion’ targets are driving change for a good reason – diverse teams outperform homogenous teams and better represent the views of a global marketplace.
Equinox Partners were delighted to be acknowledged as a supplier of graphic materials to Availexe – as well as providing copywriting services. The brochure/leavepiece illustrated allows for the individual partners and customer relations staff to insert their own business cards, enhancing the personal contact that they make with their new clients.
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