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Recruitment specialist hired to grow Danbro

Chester Boothe joins to leverage his recruitment industry experience to grow the contractor accountancy specialists

RECRUITMENT INDUSTRY specialist Chester Boothe has joined contractor accountants Danbro as head of new business development.

With more than 15 years’ experience in the staffing and talent sector, Boothe will be charged with setting up partnerships to grow the firm.

Danbro delivers umbrella, limited company and CIS services to more than 6,000 freelancers, contract workers, interim managers and temporary staff throughout the UK. It has also been regularly shortlisted in the Accountancy Age Awards.

“Here at Danbro we are keen to promote the simple, compliant service we offer by maximising our existing PSL relationships and partnering with new recruitment agency branches,” said Damian Broughton. “As a huge recruitment industry personality, Chester has the energy, enthusiasm, contact base and experience necessary to help us achieve this goal and we are thrilled to have him on board.”

Boothe said: “I plan to use my industry experience and contact base to open the doors to new businesses, generate leads and position Danbro as the go-to accountancy and umbrella service provider for recruiters. I cannot wait to get started in the role.”

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