VMAGROUP has built its business around phenomenal people. Since launching in 1978 we’ve grown to be the leading global resourcing and career partner for corporate comms, marketing, internal and external communications, PR and investor relations.
Industry sector specialists are employed alongside communications professionals where our long-term, commercially successful relationships with a global network of clients is maintained. We work with clients across the spectrum from innovative, independent start-ups to large, complex corporate businesses.
Working on their behalf, we resource only the best and brightest in communications and marketing talent, placing high-calibre professionals in permanent, interim and freelance positions, from entry-level right through to senior management.
VMAGROUP has long been immersed in the industry and we offer unrivalled, in-depth knowledge, consultancy and advice; making us one of the world’s leading communications and PR recruitment agencies. We regularly publish thought leadership studies and provide contemporary analysis and data for the communications profession. These have become an invaluable resource for the communications industry in planning and decision-making.
Our industry-leading marketing and communications recruitment services are delivered globally through our offices in London, Brussels, Paris, Amsterdam, Frankfurt and Hong Kong.
Between May and August 2016, VMAGroup conducted 40 in-depth interviews with CEOs across Europe to establish their view of communications’ role within leadership and reputation. The findings were a resounding affirmation that, in the modern business arena, the communications director has a far broader task on their hands than their predecessors did in years gone by. Whilst the day-to-day skillset of the profession remains vital, those interviewed stressed the importance of a new approach and philosophy altogether.
"VMA Group’s specialist expertise and international capability has been invaluable in supporting our communications recruitment strategy"