General Employment to Present at the 27th Annual ROTH Capital Partners Growth Stock Conference on March 10, 2015
General Employment’s Management Will Conduct One-on-One Meetings and Discuss its Growth Strategy and Scribe Acquisition
NAPERVILLE, Ill.-- General Employment Enterprises, Inc. (“the Company”) (NYSE MKT: JOB), a public staffing solutions provider will present at the Roth Capital Conference on March 10, 2015 at the Ritz Carlton Laguna Niguel hotel at 4:00 pm. The annual ROTH Conference brings together public and private companies as well as approximately 1,000 investors in Dana Point, CA. from March 8-11, 2015. It is one of the largest of its kind in the U.S. The event provides attendees with investment ideas across a wide variety of sectors, including business services. The conference will feature company presentations, Q&A sessions, expert panels and thousands of management one-on-one and small group meetings. Incoming Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Derek Dewan will present with Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and Interim CEO, Andrew Norstrud. They will provide the investment community with an overview of General Employment’s aggressive growth strategy, operations, financial position and value proposition. Mr. Dewan and Mr. Norstrud will be available for one-on-one meetings during the three-day conference. Investors attending the conference may schedule a one-on-one meeting by contacting email@example.com (mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org). Dewan, who built the global public staffing solutions giant MPS Group into a multi-billion dollar company and subsequently sold to Adecco for $1.3 billion in 2009, will reveal his plan for taking General Employment on a similar growth trajectory. He will officially become CEO of the Company following the anticipated March 31, 2015 closing of the Scribe Solutions, Inc. acquisition by General Employment. Commenting on the conference Mr. Dewan stated, “We are delighted to be invited to present our growth strategy for the Company at the Roth conference this year. Together with Andrew (Norstrud) and our dedicated and hard working employees, we plan to significantly increase General Employment’s presence in the staffing market, deliver outstanding customer service and significantly increase revenue and profitability as we execute the Company’s growth strategy which includes accelerated organic growth and making strategic acquisitions. With the acquisition of Scribe Solutions, General Employment will enter the higher margin healthcare market and increase its presence in the fast growing healthcare industry.”
About General Employment Enterprises, Inc.
General Employment Enterprises, Inc. (the "Company") is a provider of specialized staffing solutions and was incorporated in the State of Illinois in 1962 and is the successor to employment offices doing business since 1893. The Company operates in two industry segments, providing professional staffing services and solutions and light industrial staffing services through the names of General Employment, Ashley Ellis, Triad and Omni-One.
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Source: General Employment Enterprises, Inc.
Released March 5, 2015