Arbita to Purchase Selected Assets of Appendant Marketing Group

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<strong>Minneapolis &mdash; April 8 </strong><br />Arbita, the Minneapolis Internet Recruitment Powerhouse, has signed a definitive letter of intent to purchase selected assets of Indianapolis-based Appendant Marketing Group LLC. The asset purchase will close on or before June 30. Under the terms of the agreement, key personnel from Appendant will join Arbita in management roles. <br /><br />Brandon Corbin will join Arbita as director of marketing following closing of the asset purchase. Mark Anderson will serve as Arbita&rsquo;s vice president of sales on an interim basis effective immediately and will continue in that role when the asset purchase is completed.<br /><br />&ldquo;Working with Appendant will provide real benefit to our customers,&rdquo; said Don Ramer, Arbita&rsquo;s CEO. &ldquo;Messages that personally invite jobseekers to review a company&rsquo;s openings represent recruitment best practices. This, along with smart-targeted recruiting portals, will allow the right candidates to see the right jobs.&rdquo;<br /><br />This asset purchase expands Arbita&rsquo;s offerings to include easily launched targeted print and Web marketing solutions that are not reliant on the use of job posting or applicant tracking technology. Customized invitations combined with easily accessible landing pages will jump-start recruitment efforts. Arbita&rsquo;s customers will consistently pull the best out of large talent pools by getting personal.<br />

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