Celebrating 25 years of Quanta
This year marks a very special anniversary for Quanta, as we celebrate 25 years of life changing stories.
Quanta was founded on 6th April 1992, initially providing recruitment support to employers within the banking, financial and mobile telecoms sectors. Ten years later we then expanded further, moving into life sciences and renewable energy, working with clients all over the world.
Over the past 25 years we’ve developed fantastic relationships with clients and candidates alike thanks to our high standards and commitment to working in partnership. This has allowed us to build up a network of exceptional talent all over the world and match leading organisations with the specialist skills, knowledge and experience they need.
And we’ve received some great recognition for our work over the years, including a prestigious Queen’s Award for Enterprise for Internal Trade in 2016 and our recent 2 Star Accreditation from Best Companies.
So what’s next for Quanta? The world of work has seen a huge amount of change over the past 25 years, and there is much more to come, especially with the continued rise of digital communications and ever-evolving technology. There’s no doubt this will have an impact on the recruitment industry and we’ll continue to utilise all the tools available to ensure we deliver the best possible service.
We’re continuing the grow the Quanta team and are expanding our training and development to support colleagues at all levels. It’s part of our commitment to invest in our future and support everyone in the team in realising their ambitions. And our team are taking part in plenty of celebrations to mark our anniversary, including a trip to Portugal at the end of April to allow everyone to celebrate our success.
Our CEO & Founder Stephen Trigg has been reflecting on our history:
“You can travel a long way in 25 years and I can say for sure the Quanta journey has never been dull or unexciting. We have reached a significant juncture in the development of the company and I must say the future is every bit as thrilling and challenging as it was 25 years ago.”