January 4th, 2020 – Boca Raton, FL – Insure National, a leading staffing services company, continues to expand its national footprint by entering the Dallas, Texas market. The new branch marks the firm’s third location since its inception in 2017 and continues to demonstrate the company’s commitment to growth and innovation. As one of the fastest growing staffing firms (that built its foundation servicing the Insurance industry), Insure National’s expansion also includes an elevated service offering to include Contract Staffing, Workforce Management, and Insurance Consulting.
Insure National Founder Chelsea Midlarsky remarked, “Growth into our third market is a reflection of our employee’s dedication to Insure National’s core values. Without great people that prioritize candidate and client relationships above all else, we would just be another staffing firm; that’s not us.” Midlarsky continued by saying “We will continue to differentiate ourselves and evolve as a market leader. Adding new service offerings and a new Texas location is just the beginning for Insure National.”
The Dallas Texas branch will be led by Managing Partner Chris Moore, a strong leader with nearly ten years of staffing services experience under his belt. “We’re excited to earn the business of new clients in Texas, and confident that our enhanced engagement model will prove to be a significant value-add for current clients” Moore explained.
Insure National is expected to add over 150 jobs to the workforce over the next two years, with designs of opening additional branches in the Midwest and Northeast. For more information on Insure National, please visit www.insure-national.com or follow via Linkedin, Instagram, or Facebook.
About Insure National
Established in 2017, Insure National is a Minority Woman-owned Business Entity headquartered in Boca Raton, Florida. With a specialization in the insurance industry, Insure National offers staffing services that include direct hire, contract/contract to hire, workforce management, and insurance consulting.