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Home News Foyne Jones forge two new partnerships to drive industry growth

Foyne Jones forge two new partnerships to drive industry growth

by wrich

Foyne Jones Founder and Managing Director, Peter Jones, is embracing change with Didac & BiKBBI

Leading executive recruitment agency, Foyne Jones, forge ahead in its bid to raise the profile of the KBB, Builders Merchant & Home Interiors sectors by partnering with trade organisation, The British Institute of Kitchen Bedroom & Bathroom Installation, and national training provider, Didac, specialists in the furniture, wood and merchanting sectors.

Each of these new partnerships is a massive coup by helping to widen the divide between Foyne Jones and other ´me-too´ recruitment agencies, firmly establishing the company as a destination of choice for developing the stars of the future and retaining talent with trade arenas.

The first partnership is with government sanctioned and not-for-profit registered organisation, The British Institute of Kitchen Bedroom & Bathroom Installation. Dedicated to improving standards within the industry, The BiKBBI work with professional installers, retailers and manufacturers, whilst providing consumers access to free practical advice and an informed choice. Peter Jones, Founder & Managing Director at Foyne Jones says, “Operating with a ‘Together Stronger’ mentality has always been a quality I support in business, which is why I am excited to support BiKBBI so that together, we can optimise apprenticeship schemes for the next generation and continue to provide job support for the wider KBB communities. We hope our involvement as a Corporate Sponsor will have a positive impact on the calibre of design talent and exclusive career opportunities our industry is able to take advantage of and I am confident, we can make a difference.”

Damian Walters, BiKBBI, CEO says, “Career support and guidance is extremely important, especially when faced with the challenges from the past 18 months. Peter has a great deal of knowledge and expertise to offer and we look forward to working with the Foyne Jones team in supporting the industry over the coming months and years.”

To echo this same philosophy, Foyne Jones is also pleased to announce partnering with national training provider, Didac, an organisation that has established a reputation for delivering quality training that is second-to-none.

Based in Bristol, Didac, has been established since 1997 and currently delivers around 200 work-based Apprenticeships for the KBB, Builders Merchant and Electrical Sectors. These highly sought after Professional Development Apprenticeships including Trade Supplier, Business Admin, Warehousing and Team Leading, as well as Furniture and Woodworking Apprenticeships.

The work Foyne Jones and Didac carry out together will be dual-branded, doubling the chances of finding the right people for the job and flagging the value of industry partnerships and collaborations. Peter Jones says, “We are getting the message out there straight away with the recruitment of two trainer/assessors with one role based in the Sheffield, South Yorkshire area and the other based in Colchester, North Essex. For me, apprenticeships and attracting our stars of the future is something really close to my heart especially when ‘building back better’ is of huge national significance.”

“I believe that our industry needs to embrace its potential as the driver of so many future projects and developments, both residential and commercial. We should all be considering the bigger picture, with a drive to recruit new blood and convey the lifelong features and benefits of having in-demand specialist skills, which is why we are thrilled to be working hand in hand with Didac Apprenticeships” adds Peter.