Our affiliations

Over our 32 year history, we have developed strong bonds with industry partners who we feel offer a lot of value to our candidates and clients, as well as the industry in general.

We are proud of the relationships we hold with the following institutions:


Recruitment & Employment Confederation (REC)

We are corporate members of the Recruitment & Employment Confederation (REC), a body promoting best practice and high quality service standards across the recruitment industry. Our parent company, Gattaca, was one of the first companies to achieve Audited status by the REC for delivering excellence. Our membership provides our clients with reassurance that all regulations and working practices are adhered to.

REC member logo


Girls in Tech

Girls in Tech (GIT) is a global non-profit focused on the engagement, education and empowerment of girls and women who are passionate about technology. Founded in 2007, the aim was to create a support framework to help women advance their careers in STEM fields. As corporate partners, we fully support the aims of Girls in Tech and actively support their campaigns.


The Training Room

If you’re about to embark on your first IT job or looking to take the next steps in your career, undertaking additional training could help set you apart from your peers. We are proud to be a partner with The Training Room, an online training provider who offer a range of IT courses, including:

  •     Web Development
  •     Infrastructure Technician
  •     Security Technologist
  •     Software Developer



As a technology recruitment specialist, we understand the importance of establishing a pipeline of talent to prevent skills shortages in the future. That’s why we support STEMNet (the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Network) to create opportunities to inspire young people into STEM subjects and careers.
To help support STEMNet’s aims, a number of our employees act as STEM ambassadors, providing career advice to young people and promoting opportunities in technology.


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