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Colt Mackenzie McNair joins IAGTO as a business partner

8.26am 23rd September 2009 - Corporate - This story was updated on Friday, November 6th, 2009

Colt Mackenzie McNair, the specialist executive search firm serving the global golf industry, has joined forces with the International Association of Golf Tour Operators (IAGTO) to offer all members its range of specialist recruitment services and human resources expertise.

The partnership will give IAGTO’s 1,234 members access to Colt Mackenzie McNair’s headhunting services and use of CMM Select (www.coltmm.com), the web portal that allows businesses to advertise vacancies free of charge, with a placement fee applied only if an appointment is made.

Richard Wood, co-founder of Colt Mackenzie McNair, said: “We recognise the importance of IAGTO and its role at the heart of the golf travel industry. We look forward to supplying high quality, best-of-breed candidates and introducing recruitment best practice to all IAGTO members. We also believe our Interim management solution (CMM Interim) will prove valuable to businesses as they adjust to seasonal demands.”

Colt Mackenzie McNair is also offering a new, managed service to support the CMM Select web portal. The service will enable businesses without their own internal HR departments to benefit from advice including benchmarking, collating CVs, profiling and candidate shortlisting, all for a set fee.

Giles Greenwood, golf tourism development director at IAGTO, commented: “Our aim is to represent the interests of our members and the global golf tourism industry as a whole. Colt Mackenzie McNair has specialist skills in golf recruitment and can offer all IAGTO member-businesses access to the very best candidates and deliver career opportunities for individuals working in the golf travel sector.”

Colt Mackenzie McNair www.coltmm.com

IATGO www.iagto.com

       

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