recruitment-making-it-to-the-topCV-Library has this week formally announced a 6 month commitment to working with TIRA (Technology In Recruitment Alliance), the free to access recruitment learning and sharing community.


TIRA has been attracting some big names and established businesses since it launched in December last year and CV-Library is the latest to do so.


They will join the TIRA team as a sponsor of the project and primary sponsor of TIRA’s Recruiter TV channel alongside APSCo and Smart Recruit Online.


The TIRA team will be working alongside Amanda le Gros, CV-Library’s Marketing Executive and Lee Biggins, Managing Director, who will be contributing to the monthly bulletin.


Content marketing continues to be the fastest growing trend in marketing circles and the TIRA team of 10 experts and guest contributors are attempting to position themselves as the ‘go to’ community for free expert advice, delivered through a series of monthly educational articles and online workshops.


Mark Stephens, the founder of TIRA and a founding partner at the F10 Group said of the new alliance with CV-Library: “the addition of CV-Library is reflective of the ambitions we have to work in partnership with the industries’ leading organisations to create a ‘free to access’ recruitment community that is dedicated to the generation of educational content, practical advice and useful free services that are relevant to both in house and agency recruitment. We will continue to focus our efforts on topics such as recruitment strategy, marketing, PR, social media, branding and of course, technology.


“CV-Library is one of the most proactive companies operating in the recruitment space and its ability and understanding of the market have enabled significant growth in recent years. They have a lot of knowledge and experience to share and their own dedicated audience that we can reach out to. In my meetings with Amanda and Lee it was evident that they totally get what we are doing and our combined efforts will be beneficial to both parties.”


Lee Biggins also commented on the new alliance saying: “we’re pleased to announce our new relationship with the Technology In Recruitment Alliance. Supporting TIRA alongside some of the other leading service providers is a positive step for the recruitment industry and their free to access community will provide recruiters and employers with another great resource for expert knowledge and insights. Moving forward it’s important for the industry to work together to share what we’ve learnt, and ultimately support and educate growing businesses with the services we offer.”


The TIRA alliance consists of 10 resident experts, 16 company sponsors and more than 60 industry leaders in their Ask An Expert feature panel.