Scoro Solutions Recruit Geddie
Thursday 17th February 2011
Scoro Solutions have unveiled Aberdeen racing driver, Glynn Geddie as their latest recruit after agreeing to back the rising track star.
The timing of the lucrative sponsorship deal with the oil and gas and renewable energy recruitment specialists couldn't have been better as Glynn gears up for the new season. The 20-year-old is close to finalising his plans for the new campaign as he ponders his next move.
"I am extremely grateful to Scoro Solutions for their support and I'm already looking forward to the new season starting so I can do my part to raise their company profile.
"It means a lot to me when a new sponsor comes on board, especially one from my hometown of Aberdeen, and I look forward to doing all I can to maximise their exposure.
"What's even better is that both of the directors at Scoro are keen motor enthusiasts, so they'll definitely be tracking my progress."
Scoro was recently founded by directors Ross Gatt and Scott Shand who between them have extensive experience of executive search within the oil and gas industry.
They, along with their team of five highly qualified recruitment experts, work across a broad spectrum of fields and professions within the global energy sector.
Scoro offers a prestige bespoke service tailored to meet the needs of both clients and candidates.
Ross is delighted to announce their new association with Glynn as Scoro prepares for a period of expansion and growth in 2011.
"We have been following Glynn's progress extremely closely and decided that we wanted to show our commitment to a talented young sportsman from Aberdeen.
"We've been impressed by Glynn's undoubted ability and will to win and we can only wish him well for the new season.
"From a development perspective, Scoro is at the stage where the sponsorship with Glynn makes perfect business sense and will undoubtedly increase our profile.
"I have no doubts whatsoever this will be a mutually beneficial relationship for all parties and everyone at Scoro can't wait for the new racing season to get underway."