SaleCycle serves up 60 new jobs on Wearside

SaleCycle founder and CEO Dominic Edmunds.
SaleCycle founder and CEO Dominic Edmunds.
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Wearside IT firm SaleCycle is on the look-out for dozens of new faces.

The digital remarketing business, which offers shopping cart recovery services to on-line retailers including Virgin Atlantic, Ralph Lauren and Hertz, is expanding its Rainton Bridge sales team and will be hosting recruitment events across the region, including one in Sunderland next week

Attendees can enjoy a few free drinks at Sunderland bar and restaurant Port of Call from 6pm on Monday, on December 14 . As well as being able to get involved in a speed networking event, attendees will have SaleCycle staff on hand to answer questions and to get to grips with the global leader in email and on-site remarketing.

The event will be opened by SaleCycle founder and CEO Dominic Edmunds, who will share his vision for the business and plans for the future.

“It has been an incredible few years for SaleCycle," he said.

"We’ve expanded rapidly since we started trading in 2010 thanks to our fantastic product – one that delivers impressive results for our customers – but behind that sits a really capable team that has driven the business to the success it is today.

“We have always attracted highly skilled people who can power the business further, and that’s what we’re on the look out for again. The city – and wider region – has a strong talent pool, and we’re looking to tap into that through these recruitment events. These events aren't just an opportunity for people to impress us, but for us to inspire them.

"Our company mantra is ‘Love what you do’, so we’re using Love What You Sell events to show people our passion and drive for what we do and how they can become a part of it.”

SaleCycle, part of the Leighton Group, was recently named as the best UK tech company to work for by, a website on which job hunters can view employee-written ratings of companies and their CEOs. The recruitment drive follows another successful year for the business, which has won a string of new clients in 2015, including, Kurt Geiger, Radisson Hotels and Hewlett-Packard.

City council leader CounPaul Watson, said: “SaleCycle is absolute proof that you do not need to be based in London to grow a global business. From its Sunderland base, it is building an enviable client list, putting the city on the map globally as a place for innovative technology businesses.

“The business is impressive, it has a fantastic product and incredible customer service. It is its ability to attract highly skilled people that is helping SaleCycle to continue to expand rapidly and that is in no small part down to the talented workforce we have here in the North East.”

SaleCycle’s on-site and email remarketing solutions help online retailers to reconnect with consumers who abandon their shopping cart, booking or application form with personalised messages that prompt them to buy their forgotten purchases.

For more information on the Love What You Sell events being held in Sunderland, Durham and Newcastle and to register interest in attending any of the events, visit