We attract tomorrow's talent for future-thinking companies that are changing the world.
Vine Resources was born in 2004 by David Lawrence who founded the company.
From these early beginnings in 2004 David grew the company, focusing on providing recruitment services to technology, media and telecoms companies. Vine grew organically, and after about a year hired a small team into an office in central London. The grew the company to about 10 people initially and things started to move very quickly.
In 2009 the global recession hit, and this was a real challenge for us and many of our customers. We went through the ups and downs of a very difficult rollercoaster ride of recruitment with the turbulent economy and consolidation of the market but we managed to pull through, survive the challenges and keep going. We’ve carried on through the evolution of the entire recruitment market, adapting to constant changes.
We are continuing to grow our company and are now going through a growth phase. Our focus continues to be on recruiting for technology roles with technology, media and telecommunications companies, working closely with customers across Europe and the USA to deliver both contract and permanent recruitment. Where we add values is by being a true partner, using innovative technology and finding those hard to find skills that our customers can’t. We have invested heavily in the latest recruitment technology as well as systems and processes to enable us to give our customers and candidates the best recruitment solutions.
The future is looking bright for Vine, and we have our eyes set on growing our company with the right team to support our customers and candidates in Europe and the USA.
The landscape in which we’re operating is constantly changing and in the name of attracting – and keeping – the world’s finest talent for our customers, we continue to adapt our business model to reflect the changes driven by technology. Yet while we have automated some of our systems and processes, we will always keep a sharp focus on what can never be fully automated: real-world relationships.