- Responsive HTML
- Broadbean Integration
- Sophisticated Job Search
We met with Annapurna at their London office to discuss and plan their new recruitment website and digital strategy. Ensuring we were there for the early conversations was really valuable and we all understood what the new platform was aiming to achieve.
Based in London & Munich and focusing on the UK and German Markets, Annapurna Recruitment was founded with the intention of being the best in the professional services field.
We worked with Fhoke who did the fantastic designs, taking them over after approval and bringing them to life in desktop, mobile and tablet forms.
Initially Annapurna were currently running two websites, HR, and IT on two separate content management systems making updates cumbersome and time consuming. The new website combined both sites using one bespoke intuitive CMS for quick updating, more efficient marketing and greater control.
The site was replicated after a successful first year, and recreated in a German language version. Candidates and clients love the site, with hundreds of online applications being received.
The bespoke responsive website integrates with Broadbean, their chosen job aggregator, and allows seamless job management with their current systems. The team can update the site with company related posts, or details of their charitable activities as well as candidate focussed advice via the blog giving a great deal of useful information to job-hunters.
Potential candidates can use the simple quick search and filtering system, as well as sign up to job alerts by email. While the site automatically publishes new jobs to the company’s Twitter feed, users are also able to share jobs to their LinkedIn profiles.
Annapurna was founded by its three partners, Nigel Fox, James Ballard and Charlie Appleyard who, prior to 2008, occupied positions in the senior management team of the FTSE 250 SThree. With more than 40 years combined experience between them, you will be dealing with a consultancy with an excellent track record.