The Michael Page International Group is now known as PageGroup
Our corporate group has rebranded and from 22 October 2012 will be known as PageGroup, rather than Michael Page International. Part of this change includes a modernizing of our core brands to Michael Page, Page Personnel and Page Executive.
Why the change?
We have put in place the new brand structure to bring together the best of the entire Group and to capitalize on the diversity of opportunities within professional recruitment that lie outside the remit of its original, core brand.
Steve Ingham, CEO of PageGroup, believes that the updated corporate identity provides the company with a structure that reflects our strong growth to date and potential growth of our brands in the future.
“Our Page Personnel and executive search brands have reached a significant size and market reputation, so we felt now was the right time to create a new brand structure to consolidate our operations and maximize the opportunities available within professional recruitment globally. In some countries Page Personnel now employs more people than Michael Page and we want to reflect our growth, diversification and remit with a new corporate group name that represents our brands equally,” he said.
Find out more: www.pagegroup.co.uk
As a candidate or client, what does this mean for me?
PageGroup retains the core brands of Michael Page and Page Personnel with no operational change. The brands operate within the framework of PageGroup and have been brought up to date with a style overhaul that aligns them closely with the new group branding.
PageGroup currently operates a number of different executive search brands. We have rationalized our operations in the executive search space by introducing Page Executive. This brand will provide a range of search, selection and talent management solutions for organizations looking for senior talent on a permanent and interim basis.
Find out more: www.pageexecutive.com
Our strategy remains unchanged
“Our strategy at PageGroup is unchanged and geared for the long-term. We will continue our organic growth by region and discipline with an ongoing focus on growth markets. We will also continue to benefit from using our home-grown management expertise and a structure that champions profit share and promotion from within,” Steve Ingham said.