The Welsh contact centre market will be one of the fastest-growing sectors of the Welsh economy in 2006 – that’s the verdict of Wales’ largest permanent and temporary recruitment provider.

Acorn is pleased to announce the winner of our Wales-wide competition is Matthew Lee, aged 9, a pupil at St Marys RC, Bridgend.

Students are to be helped set up a new radio station at a Welsh university thanks to an innovative preferred supplier partnership forged with Acorn, Wales’s leading recruitment and training specialist.

More than 220 young soccer players are decked out in sparkling new kit thanks to the biggest sponsorship deal ever secured for a junior club in South Wales.

Acorn, one of the UK’s leading recruitment and training specialists, which enjoyed a record £38.5m turnover in 2004/05, is targeting the North West of England to drive forward its next phase of growth.

Acorn, the leading Wales-based recruitment and training specialist, has clinched a Top 10 spot for the first time in the UK’s prestigious rankings of leading recruitment companies.

Welsh Assembly Minister Andrew Davies welcomed Acorn Recruitment & Training to North Wales this week as he officially opened their new branch in Wrexham.

The longest serving member of staff in the Swansea office of Acorn – Wales’s largest independent recruitment and training provider – has been appointed Branch Manager.

A Newport firm providing learning and development programmes to supplement in-house training schemes has fought off stiff competition from young companies across the UK to reach the final 50 in HSBC’s search to find the nation’s brightest new business.