Pentasia launches new website to reflect gambling’s global vision

Will Sawney – Pentasia

Leading industry recruitment and executive search firm Pentasia (Conexus Group) has announced the launch of its new website to reflect the global expansion undertaken by sector incumbents.

Updating stakeholders, Pentasia marketing details that it has installed a number of new functions to improve website engagement, including ‘quick apply’, ‘Linkedin registration’ and ‘job alert’ functionalities.

In addition, Pentasia’s new website will feature better visualisation and representation of the gambling sector’s job market, offering an at a glance world map and access to Pentasia published ‘igaming career guides’ and further resources.

Having acquired Fintech specialist recruiter Headcount at the start of 2019,  Pentasia details that it currently has ‘+350 opportunities live’ on its website covering a range of corporate disciplines from ‘C-level positions right through to entry-level opportunities’, as well as specialist and contract jobs.

Pentasia’s Head of Marketing Will Sawney said of the launch: “Gaming and gambling professionals trust Pentasia to provide access to all the latest iGaming jobs. The new pentasia.com offers a much-improved job search, better visibility of global job opportunities and features that help candidates find and apply for jobs quickly.

“Since its launch, we’ve already seen a significant uplift in applications and new candidate registrations, and are confident the new website will further improve our ability to meet the rising demand for specialist talent in the iGaming industry.”

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