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Landrum Human Resources Cos.

| 12/19/2012

After 42 years of providing human resources services to businesses in some 31 states, H. Britt Landrum Jr. decided it was time to branch out overseas. His Pensacola firm, Landrum Human Resource Cos., this fall opened Landrum Europe in Almelo, Netherlands, teaming with EuroDev, an established European firm. Landrum Europe will assist American companies in developing European markets and offices, providing business services and consulting and working with European companies wanting to locate in the U.S. The time and place are right, says Landrum, company founder and CEO. “Florida is a big exporting market and growing. Europe is a huge market. Companies in America want to grow in that direction. Already, we have current clients that are interested.”

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