Tennial Personnel is celebrating its fourth anniversary by looking to the future as it prepares to add commercial recruitment to its offering and expand its Ipswich-based team.

Dennis Tennial founded the recruitment company in January 2015, collaborating with The Recruit Venture Group to fulfil his desire to build a recruitment business that embraced his own recruitment philosophy of going above and beyond for both candidates and clients.
Tennial Personnel’s Managing director has worked in recruitment since 1993 and has grafted to build a successful business that currently operates in the engineering, hospitality and industrial sectors.

The recruitment company have appointed Georgia Potts to launch their new commercial division, which Tennial believes will be a vital expansion for his business.
“We have gone from strength to strength over the past four years and it feels like the right time to be branching out and launching our commercial division,” he said.
“I have been thinking about setting up a commercial desk for a while now and it makes sense to be celebrating our four year trading anniversary with an important expansion.
“I think there is a real opportunity for us to build a successful commercial desk because we make sure that we take the time to treat our candidates and clients properly.
“I think it’s vital that Tennial Personnel continues to grow, I don’t want the business to stand still I want to keep growing and keep adding to the local economy, employing local people and finding jobs for local people.”

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Dennis Tennial 4 years
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Despite Britain’s upcoming departure from the European Union, Tennial is predicting a strong 2019 for his business.
“Everyone is talking about Brexit and I think the trick is to focus on what you are good at and not get bogged down in all the Brexit uncertainty and negativity,” he said.
“Brexit presents us with new challenges, different challenges, but they are challenges we are able to overcome if we show the right spirit.
“We have adapted and evolved over the past four years, that is why we have grown to where we are today and it is what we will continue to do as Britain leaves the EU.
“I am not going to let Brexit put me off launching our new commercial desk, it should not and will not hold us back.
“I want to make 2019 – our fifth year of trading – our best yet.”

Tennial’s Managing Director is also committed to serving the community in which his business operates; Tennial Personnel proudly support the St Elizabeth Hospice plus all four Coplestonians Football Club under 10 teams and Trimley Red Devils Under 11s side.
The business also supports Futurestars UK, an international sports and education programme in the Town which involves professional footballers coaching up-and-coming players in Ghana and Togo.
“I believe it is good to give something back to the local community,” said Dennis.
“We are proud to support a number of local youth football teams, plus the Futurestars programme and remain committed to supporting the St Elizabeth Hospice.
“We will remain at the heart of the community we serve throughout 2019.”