Matthew Hackney appointed as Managing Director of RED Global US
We are delighted to announce the appointment of Matthew Hackney as Managing Director of our US business.
Matthew brings with him a wealth of experience, having spent two and a half years at Robert Half International as Vice President of Technology & Creative, six years prior to that as Market Vice President at Kforce a technology staffing agency.
In his earlier career, he also worked at Howard Systems International and at Oxford International.
Matthew has a strong track record of inheriting senior-level sales and recruiting staff and working with them to grow successful businesses. Well known in the US recruitment industry, he has an impressive reputation for expanding markets and driving sales growth.
Of the appointment, Matthew said, “It is an absolute honour to be joining RED Global US as Managing Director. I’m excited by the opportunity to lead the US business during the next phase of RED Global’s growth plans.”
“I’m looking forward to working with the US team, as well as collaborating with my European colleagues across the pond.”
Ross Eades, CEO of RED Global, commented, “The US is a huge growth area for us and we are pleased that Matthew is joining us as Managing Director of our US business.
I look forward to working with him as we continue to experience impressive growth in the US at a very exciting time for RED Global”
Before his recruitment career, Matt was a professional baseball player. To this first career, he credits his competitive spirit and his ability to engage with people across all walks of life.
Matthew Hackney took up the position of Managing Director of RED Global US on 1st November 2021.
Welcome to the RED Global team Matt.
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