2013-2014 Recruitment Advertising Annual: What’s the Big Deal? Consolidation
- ID: 2700382
- September 2013
- 146 Pages
- Advanced Interactive Media Group LLC
Major recruitment advertising sites - made leaner and smarter by the recession - have started to grow again in reach and revenue, while for those who predicted the demise of job boards, it isn’t happening, according to the AIM Group.
In fact, many new sites have launched this year, targeting new niches and local markets. Social and mobile applications are critical to niche and general job boards alike.
In this new 146-page, special edition of Classified Intelligence Report, the AIM Group estimates that there are more than 100,000 recruitment websites worldwide. Many of these sites will never get on the radar for top recruiters. However, the fragmented industry provides significant opportunities for consolidation. The report shows how cooperative efforts, mergers and buyouts that began in 2012 and 2013 will likely continue into 2014.
The “2013 Recruitment Advertising Annual” profiles more than 100 emerging or expanding recruitment classified sites, with analyses of 28 countries and 42 charts.
The report covers some of the top global recruitment companies that are expanding through consolidation, including Seek (Australia); RussMedia (Austria); Alma Media (Eastern Europe); Styria Media Group (Austria); Tamedia (Switzerland); Ringier (Switzerland); U.S.-based investment firm Tiger Global Management, and more.
1. Executive Summary
3. North America
4. Western Europe
5. Eastern Europe
6. Middle East
9. About the AIM Group