GlobalSportsJobs, the leading specialist digital media and talent platform for the international sports industry, has officially unveiled its new bespoke platform to service the French-speaking sports market.
As part of its international expansion plans, which began early in 2013 with the launch of a German-language platform, and after consultation with a number of leading French-speaking sports organisations, GlobalSportsJobs announced the launch of a dedicated digital platform to address the local requirements of the French-speaking sports market.
Globalsportsjobs.fr, a bespoke French-language solution for talent acquisition in the sports business, will retain the same corporate look and feel and state-of-the-art technology used in the other language platforms, but will host the latest quality sports vacancies specifically in French-speaking territories and display relevant and engaging career and market insights for a French-speaking audience.
Local and international sport organisations alike will be able to easily access high calibre local talent seeking their next opportunity in the industry. Jobs on Globalsportsjobs.fr already include roles at UEFA EURO 2016, Eurosport, Quicksilver, Infront Sports & Media, among others.
Will Lloyd, CEO of GlobalSportsJobs said:
We are very excited about the new French-language platform. GlobalSportsJobs is already the destination portal for careers in sports for job seekers around the globe. The next phase of our growth has been to apply our innovative technology to develop cost-effective solutions that address local market requirements, a process which successfully started with Globalsportsjobs.de and has now expanded into a platform for the French-speaking community. Combined with the continued growth of our English- and German-language platforms, we are now able to provide a pan-European solution to attracting an even greater diversity and quality of talent in a more effective way. We are a global business with a growing local presence developing a far-reaching network.
The company has already started developing its fourth language platform catering to one of the top 5 economies in the world, due to launch in autumn 2014.