CV-Library beats careers competitors to website award

2012 Young Gun takes home Best Careers Site prize at Website of the Year Awards

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Online jobsite CV-Library won the best careers website award at the 2012 Website of the Year Awards.

Founded by 2012 Young Guns Lee Biggins and Brian Wakem, CV-Library holds over five million live CVs and beat rivals Jobsite and Monster to the top spot at the ninth annual awards.

Users gave the company the best average score for content, navigation, design and recommendation likelihood in an online vote.

CV-Library accepted the award at a ceremony in London, hosted in partnership with Terremark, Emerce and MetrixLab.

The award follows CV-Library’s success at the North Hampshire Inspire Business Awards, where the jobsite, which has experienced a 427% growth in the last five years, was named Business of the Year.

Lee Biggins, managing director of CV-Library and 2012 Young Gun commented: “What an end to an incredible year for CV-Library!

“As an online business, supporting job seekers and recruiters throughout the UK, being awarded as the Best Careers Website at the Website of the Year Awards is testament to our growth and popularity throughout the recruitment sector.”

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