About us 

iMultiply was established with the sole purpose of creating a new and different type of recruitment business, one that sits between candidates and employers for the benefit of both. Our DNA from the very start was to:

  • Challenge convention to continually innovate and raise standards in the recruitment industry.

  • Be part of the business landscape which supports the local ecosystem and community.

  • Bring good people together, help them to grow and develop and to make awesome shit happen.

That’s why we value employer and candidate feedback as much as we do the numbers, In fact, our business model is based on measuring consultants on customer satisfaction as well as fees earned, making us rather different from other recruitment companies.

We spend the time getting to know potential candidates, so we can match them with roles which will enable them to flourish, whilst taking every care to ensure the perfect fit for both parties.

And we don’t just speak to people wanting to move jobs. Often we meet and speak to professionals who just need some guidance and support, but for whom a new job is not the right answer.

We’ve been doing all this since 2012, regularly working with many of Scotland’s best companies. In that time, our experienced team have helped some of the country’s leading accountants and finance professionals find their perfect role. We’ve also spoken with countless other people and helped them on their own career journey, even if that has meant them not changing company.

What is more, whenever someone gets a job through iMultiply we will support a young person to upskill through our charity partnership with Project Scotland, giving them the opportunity to progress their own working life.

Every recruitment firm operates with the same elements of the equation, but at iMultiply the rewards are multiplied which we believe leads to better progress for everyone.

You x Us x Them = Progress. We are iMultiply.


Affiliations & Awards 

We’re proud to be members of The Recruitment and Employment Federation.

We don’t like to bang our own gong, but in a few short years our impact on the industry has not gone unnoticed.

2020 - iMultiply are finalists for Best Recruitment Consultancy (Scottish Operations), Best Candidate Journey & Best Diversity & Inclusion Initiative at the S1jobs Recruitment Awards. Head of Client Services Andrew Robinson is also nominated for Recruitment Consultant of the Year. 

2019 - iMultiply are finalist for Business of the Year at the Women's Enterprise Scotland Awards in partnership with the Business Insider

2019  - Winner of Customer Service Excellence, Professional Business Services award at the Belfast Business Awards.

2018 - Kirsty Mackenzie and iMultiply were shortlisted for Best Employer at the Business Women Scotland and Women's Enterprise Scotland Awards

2016 - Kirsty Mackenzie shortlisted for the Business Women Scotland Award.

2016 Shortlisted at The Glasgow Business Awards for Best Performing Business.

2014 Shortlisted for Best Small Recruitment Consultancy at the S1 Awards.

2013 - Shortlisted for Best Recruitment Consultancy at the S1 Awards.

2013 - Founder & Managing Director, Kirsty Mackenzie won the WeDo Scotland’s Young Entrepreneur of the Year.


Charity Partnership 

Our charity partnership is integrated into our core business, social purpose is part of the iMultiply effect.  

“We are really excited about our charity partnership, as this organisation perfectly aligns with iMultiply’s values, philosophy and ambitions. They do truly inspiring things for young people in their local communities and are committed to making a big difference.

We wanted to go beyond a traditional Charity of the Year relationship and integrate our support for the work of ProjectScotland into iMultiply’s professional service offer.  So every time we place someone in a new role a percentage of the fee will go directly to this charity, helping them support more young people who are further away from the workplace.  That means both iMultiply and our customers are directly helping young people to get on in life!”


Project Scotland are a charity working across Scotland, helping young people (aged 16-30) to develop their confidence and skills through volunteering.

And their numbers speak for themselves. 

  • 78% of volunteers continue onto employment, education or training within six months
  • 93% of volunteers feel the experience has had a long-term impact on their life
  • 98% see a marked improvement in their soft skills as a result of volunteering  

iMultiply are currently working towards our Silver award for the LGBT Charter. This is an objective we have been pursuing since the beginning of 2019, in order to demonstrate our ongoing commitment to inclusion and diversity, and in particular, our desire to ensure that iMultiply is welcoming of all LGBTQIA people. 

We are an organisation that pride ourselves on accepting everyone regardless of any differences they may have and are proud to show that we are a completely inclusive business  that offer a service available to everyone. 

If you would like to find out more information about the charter visit LGBT Youth Scotland.