4icg offers job interviews to Neptis Media employees facing redundancy

4icg Director, Lorraine Gray

INTERNATIONAL demand generation agency 4icg Group has reached out with potential job offers to the employees of a troubled Glasgow call centre company.

Neptis Media, whose 40 employees are facing redundancy, faltered following the loss of a series of key contracts, including those with Virgin Media and another with Dixons Carphone.

4icg Director, Lorraine Gray, said: “We are currently undergoing a sustained period of rapid expansion, with the opening last year of our office in Malaga and plans for further offices opening on continental Europe.

“Glasgow will always remain our Headquarters, and we are on target to double our workforce here this year. So, we are very keen to hire talented and motivated call centre staff from Neptis Media who want a new challenge. We are telling them that we want to hear from them right away, whether that’s meeting at our Finnieston office or, with permission, onsite at Neptis Media.”

4icg works with many of the world’s biggest technology brands through its three subsidiary companies: Pursuit Marketing, Software Advisory Service and Fierce Digital. Together, they have created more than £1.6bn of sales pipeline for clients during the past 12 months.

The group has been recognised on a local, national and international basis for its unique approach to employee wellbeing and workplace culture, hitting the headlines in 2016 as the first UK business to offer a true 4-day working week. This, alongside a diverse range of employee benefits such as free breakfasts and extended paid lunch breaks to participate in free fitness classes, is hoped to be of interest to any affected Neptis Media staff. 

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