Providence Partners, an IT and technical staffing and recruiting agency based in Austin, is expanding its operations to Fort Worth.
The company has been serving the booming Austin IT and tech staffing market for over a decade. Providence announced that it has hired Ryan Kovach as the branch manager who will lead the initiative at its new Fort Worth division.
Kovach brings over 25 years of staffing experience with an emphasis on business development and marketing. He has worked with and consulted for multi-national staffing agencies with more than a billion dollars in revenue as well as successfully launching two start-up agencies that quickly grew to multi-million dollar entities within 24 months, Providence said.
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