Softworld, Inc. Unveils A New Brand Logo While Celebrating Its 20 Year Anniversary




April 27, 2015 – WALTHAM, MA – National staffing and consulting firm, Softworld, Inc., announced today the celebration of its 20th anniversary and unveils its new brand logo.

The company was founded on April 26, 1995 with the fundamental beliefs that consultants are truly a part of our team and not a commodity while providing clients with talented people and a superior hiring result. In celebrating its 20th anniversary, the company has updated its branding as a reflection of the times and the company’s long-term vision.

“It is hard to believe how many talented people we have had the pleasure to work with over the last 20 years.” said Michael Shuman, founder of Softworld. “Our long-lasting success can be attributed to our strong consultant base, our client-partners, and our amazing internal staff. I am so proud.”

Over its 20 years, Softworld, Inc. has put thousands of people to work across hundreds of clients throughout the United States. Softworld places talented consultants with growing companies, every day, and credits its team with its long-term success.

”With 20 years of growth, we have seen the development of our practice areas: technology, life sciences, engineering, government as well as banking / financial services.” said Softworld CEO, David Teitelman. “It is exciting to drive our expansion into new markets and grow our entire team while still maintaining our core beliefs.”  

Softworld, Inc. looks forward to its next 20 years of serving successful clients, skilled consultants and the entire Softworld team.

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About Softworld
Softworld is a staffing and consulting firm with the experience and infrastructure to support clients on a national level. Softworld has developed expertise across five distinct staffing and consulting practices over the past 20 years that include Technology Services, Life Sciences, Engineering, Government, and Banking.

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