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Telephone: +44 20 7405 7500

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IMSworldwide
160 Fleet Street,
London,
EC4A 2DQ

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Where to Find IMSworldwide

IMSworldwide’s international Head Office is based in central London, between the City and the West End. The nearest tube is Holborn, which is served by the Central & Piccadilly Lines.

We are approx. 6 minutes away. Turn right out of the station on to Kingsway, cross over on to Southampton Row. Continue straight and take the second street on the left (Bloomsbury place). Continue straight to Bloomsbury square and our office is on the right.

If arriving by Train to IMSWorldwide:
St. Pancras International is just 2 tube stops away via the Piccadilly Line from Kings Cross St Pancras. We can also be reached from both the London Euston & London Waterloo terminals in c.10 minutes via frequent bus services.

From the Airport to IMSWorldwide:
Holborn is reached from London Heathrow in c.50 minutes, directly via the Piccadilly Line. London City Airport is c. 35 minutes away, by DLR to Bank, then Central Line to Holborn.

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Women in Business – bridging the gender gap?

The rapid economic growth in recent years has greatly increased opportunities for women in business. The authors who wrote the book ‘The War for Talent in Emerging Markets: Why Women are the Solution’ expressed “the fact is that no company can afford to ignore highly qualified female talent if it wants to compete in these fast-expanding economies – and win”. It’s important for businesses, whether private or public, to be representative of society. One of the main roles of a board is to be able to anticipate change in order for the company to adapt.

Women in Business Report 2014

This report surveyed around 7000 private companies across several countries. Results showed the proportion of senior roles filled by women exceeded 30 per cent across the major emerging BRICS countries, higher than the 24 per cent global average.

We realise that there is a need for more role models and mentoring in order for women to move further up the corporate ladder. Grant Thornton’s Global Head of Tax recently expressed their view by citing “the more you see senior women in role modelling positions, the more you inspire others to come through”.

The Head of Gender Parity and Human Capital from the World Economic Forum expressed “the approach to business is different and there’s a real recognition that innovation and creativity are sometimes more closely linked to female leaders.”  “If you have large, fast-growing companies – say you go from 50 to 500 posts [in a company] – the need for talent overcomes barriers that may exist.” This suggests that the industry cannot solve the problems and the changes that it is facing today without a more diverse leadership team, boardroom and organisation.

How IMSworldwide can help

IMSworldwide understands the complexities created by industry sectors, corporate profiles, organisational structures and company culture. Our Consultants at IMSworldwide are committed to providing all types of candidates with an unsurpassed level of service. As we are able to adapt quickly to the changing demands in the market, we welcome the opportunity to all considering roles or those requiring recruitment solutions.