Moorestown, NJ, April 17, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Recently, the Lucentra Corporation increased its numbers from 4,100 employees to 4,400 and is looking to boost that number by another 300. After the merger with KDBM International, Lucentra wants to fill positions left vacant from KDBM, such as those in marketing and security. The 300 positions that have just been filled were for consultants of more than 16 of Lucentra’s market segments, many segments that also came from KDBM.
A release from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statics revealed that the unemployment rate in the U.S is currently at 7.6 percent, which will be updated again in the beginning of May. While the unemployment rate itself has not changed drastically in March, unemployment has been down since the recession. Since the high numbers brought on by the recession, the unemployment rate has certainly been doing better and Lucentra has been a part of that by creating another 600 jobs.
Lucentra has 22 market segments and all 22 of them are schedule for revitalization. The next 300 positions to be filled will be mainly lead and assistant researcher positions for these market segments. As its own entity, KDBM International highlighted human-interest topics. However, there was a wider knowledge based aspect to the company than just the global topics. While Lucentra is providing human-interest topics, these market segments are largely because of the integration of KDBM.
Some market segments include apparel and textiles, renewable energy equipment, insurance services, travel and tourism, and many more. Next week, revitalization will begin with agricultural products. Essentially, the renewal of the market segments will provide clients with all they need to know about the market, including trends and factors that can contribute to and affect it.
Each market segment has a marketing intern who does research for the market. This person knows his or her segment inside and out. The next hiring session will increase the number of researchers, contributing to segment expansion. Besides revitalizing the 22 market segments, Lucentra will revitalize its 15 service regions. Service region revitalization will occur after the renewal of each of the market segments.
Further, because Lucentra has increased its number of full-time employees to 4,400, the company has been in search of a network communication application that can sufficiently accommodate the Lucentra’s employees. On Friday, Lucentra began working with a site called Yammer.
Ms. Danielle Steffenhagen,
Director of Public Relations,