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G3 Remarketing set to expand team

Matt Dale, G3 Remarketing

The G3 Group is on the recruitment hunt following a record year in business and plans to increase turnover by a further 30% in 2017.

The 60-strong team is on track to achieve record revenues for the current financial year, but more talented members of staff are required to complement the existing team and fuel G3’s growth projections for the next 12 months.

An account manager is currently being sought as G3 expands its portfolio of brands and services for the motor and motor finance industry. The individual will uphold the levels of service for which G3 has become renowned, as the business continues to grow.

Additional vacancies include a telesales and marketing executive and a trade vehicle wholesale disposal manager, which are expected to take the headcount to over 70, by Q1 of next year.

Joint director and co-founder of G3 Matt Dale said: “This has been a pivotal year for us. In the vehicle remarketing division of our business alone we’ve seen phenomenal progression, having launched our first physical auctions, to complement our online sales, back in spring. We’ve recently held our milestone 1000th auction since we were established in 2009, and now with a regular programme of four sales a week, demand is high as we look to 2017.

“But no business can thrive without the right people in place. So, as we prepare for the next chapter of growth, it’s important that we build on the great team we already have, before ploughing ahead.”


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