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New website from our partner Mentorprise

The Belgian ENEX Partner Mentorprise, announces it’s new website today. You can check it out at:

ENEX Conference 2017

Our ENEX Conference 2017 will take place in Asia from March 16th to 17th, 2017. Thank you Desmond Ong and Sonny Yuen from JonDavidson Pte Ltd who will host us, in Singapore.

division one is a TOP Consultant

division one ranks among the best recruitment consultancy firms in Germany and was therefore awarded the seal „TOP CONSULTANT 2016.“ For the seventh time, this seal honors consultancy services of exceptional quality. Christian Wulff, former Federal President of Germany, congratulated the company representatives in his role as ‘Mentor des Beratervergleichs’ (mentor of consultant comparing) at the 3. Deutschen Mittelstands-Summit (3rd German Summit of Medium-Sized Businesses) in Essen.

Björn Knothe, CEO of division one, said about the award: “We are very proud of being certified such a high level of professionalism during mandate implementation directly by our customer. The result of the survey clearly shows that satisfied customers expect more than the common standards!”

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Next ENEX Conference

Our next ENEX Conference will take place in Brussels, Belgium from April 14th to 15th, 2016

division one expert know-how for high potentials

In his second guest lecture at Pforzheim University  Björn Knothe, CEO of the Stuttgart recruitment agency division one, spoke about application process and interview situations.

Most of the students have already completed a first degree in their home countries and may already have up to eight years of work experience have. Now they see their future that they want to continue their careers in Germany within the next year. "This is a good thing, because with their linguistic skills and intercultural experiences from their home countries, these high potentials are indispensable for the German labor market of the future, says Knothe".