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House of Talents strengthens market position through acquisition of Special Force Services

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House of Talents strengthens market position through acquisition of Special Force Services

The company Special Force Services (SFS) was recently acquired by the international HR group House of Talents to strengthen its subsidiary Technical Talents.

SFS specialises in technical outsourcing, construction, maintenance, installation and customisation. The company was founded in 2019 and is active across the West of Flanders. As of the 1st of July 2022, Technical Talents will take over all staff from Special Force Services.

Steve Rousseau, CEO of House of Talents, is proud of this expansion. "Success is an attitude. It is in our DNA to join forces. This takeover will further expand and professionalise the existing activities in our group, allowing us to offer our clients an even better service."

About Technical Talents

Technical Talents has been an expert in outsourcing technical staff for 20 years. With a permanent team of over 200 technical specialists, Technical Talents supports companies in the area of maintenance, service & breakdowns.

About House of Talents

House of Talents, founded by Steve Rousseau in 2008, groups 11 specialised companies in Belgium, each focused on bottleneck professions: Care Talents, Engi Talents, Executive Talents, Financial Talents, Food Talents, HR Talents, ICT Talents, Sales Talents, Science Talents, Technical Talents and Quintessence. In The Netherlands, House of Talents operates under the label 'The Human Network', an umbrella of 20 specialised companies with a single focus on bottleneck professions. The group employs over 2,500 specialists in various niche markets and operates in Belgium, the Netherlands, France and Germany.


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