Catenon is extremely happy to announce the partnership with Invited to Work and reinforce our presence in Hungary and Eastern Europe. Through this partnership, we want to get close to our Hungarian clients and provide them with the latest digital talent solutions.
The Hungarian market represents a great opportunity for Catenon. Its location in the heart of Europe, Hungary has become an attractive country for jobseekers and many multinational companies that have popped up in the country encourage by a highly-educated pool of talent. Indeed, Hungary has experienced strong growth over the last decade and is one of the fastest-growing EU economies. Its well-established infrastructure and its clear legal and regulatory framework make Hungary an attractive market for investment and talent acquisition.
“Settling in Hungary means a fresher approach to the region, with Invited to Work and with key clients that have always valued our operations anywhere else in the world. This country is a key player, as it offers a close connection to all of Europe thanks to its central location. It is a hub for us and our clients, especially in the most demanded sectors of the region.”, indicates Pablo Sánchez, Managing Director at Catenon and responsible for international growth.
The partnership with Catenon will give the feeling of a supporting professional presence.
Through this partnership, Catenon will provide its experience in smart talent acquisition strategies, which are particularly important as the talent shortage increases. A problem that affects not only to Europe but the whole world. Digitization is requiring a new generation of professionals, with new skills that boost and lead the digital transformation of companies. Their technical background will also be a must-have. We are talking about Artificial Intelligence, Big Data, Machine Learning, Robotics, 3D printing… and ultimately, automatization.
There is a lack of these professionals but also they are the most demanded. Talent acquisition has become a more complex mission and requires increasingly complex and sophisticated sourcing techniques, and also a wider, even global talent pool.
That is what Catenon want to bring to the Hungarian market. “At Catenon, we are specialized in recruitment services at a global level, based on our strong technological platform that holds our operations and provides our clients with information about their processes in real-time”, says Pablo Sánchez. “We want to deliver to our new partner our global scope, all our knowledge and of course, our technology”.
Csilla Gal, from Invited to Work, and our new managing partner in Hungary says this partnership was born from shared values and insightful human interaction. “Invited to work can provide so much. As a human, I will provide passion, reliability and honesty. As a professional ex HR manager, I will provide the experience I gained from years in the automotive sector and carrying out global recruitment process”.
Ready to seize new opportunities
Professionals in Hungary are ready to seize new opportunities, and as the economy reboots, we will be ready to match talented workers to exciting careers. “I think the wisest thing to do at the moment is to listen and focus on what we can control. We can control to stay positive, to be better, learn and innovate. Realizing now that things will not go back to the way they were before and focusing on going forward will be our strength to exploit the future’s opportunities.” says Csilla.
A partnership like this is a great opportunity to join forces and provide our clients with added value. It is also an opportunity to create an ecosystem of innovation in talent, the key to the digital transformation of companies. And if it is with a company with whom we share common values and goals, the added value will be the empowering of smart talent acquisition strategies.
“Our intention is not only to improve the services we are currently providing but to develop the region as well, reinforcing the relation and cross opportunities with our clients within the area. And also to contribute to a culture of innovation in talent.”, Pablo ends.