Articles - Hanover Search Group launches new website


 Hanover Search Group have announced the launch of their new website. This has been the culmination of a complete upgrade and rebrand of the business following the successful MBO in April. The new website will provide a dynamic new window to the world with a clear overview of the Group’s professional search offering and vision statement. The website will be supported by a range of rebranded corporate marketing materials demonstrating the Groups ongoing commitment to quality and service.

 The business continues to invest heavily in its infrastructure and operating platform that has also included a new state of the art technology system, smart phones & tablets as well as continued investment in staff training and development. Our goal remains to become the leading search firm in the Insurance, Asset and Wealth Management sectors. HSG is now looking at an aggressive global expansion program that will see the size of the current business double over the next 3 years with a focus on developing highly skilled executive search consultants that align with Hanover’s culture and values.

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