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​Growth of YoungCapital unstoppable in the Netherlands and abroad.

12-01-2016

Hoofddorp, 12 January 2016 - YoungCapital, the market leader in recruitment of young talent, is focusing heavily on expansion in the Netherlands and abroad this year. New locations are opening in the Netherlands and Germany: this week, YoungCapital opens its first location in Cologne.

In January, YoungCapital will open a new Amsterdam location in Amsterdam-Noord. New locations in Apeldoorn, Nijmegen and Roermond will soon follow. "We have been growing faster than the market for years," says Ineke Kooistra, CEO of YoungCapital. "With new offices both in the Netherlands and abroad, we can bring more young people into the employment market. Young talent brings a fresh perspective that's incredibly valuable for organisations. By opening new locations, we are driving innovation in local markets. This also remains vital in 2016, and not only in the Netherlands; we are ready to expand our international activities with staffing and sourcing."

A foothold in Germany
After the opening of the first German office in Cologne, locations in Hamburg, Munich and Berlin will follow. Karin van der Gragt, managing director of YoungCapital Deutschland GmbH: "Through the German job board of StudentJob International, we have been able to build an extensive database in Germany since 2008. By opening a physical office we can start selecting candidates on a local basis. We believe that the German labour market is ready for innovation." YoungCapital is active through job boards in seven other European countries, in which nearly 4 million international job seekers have already registered.

About YoungCapital
YoungCapital believes in the power of young people. As digital natives, they drive innovation within organisations. The recruitment specialist, with 35 locations in the Netherlands and Germany, views young people as the growth capital every company needs. YoungCapital does its utmost to bring out the best in young people and companies. So they can continue to stimulate each other to grow.

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