Liquidity Services: We’re hiring

Liquidity Services says hiring this year has grown by 30 percent over its last fiscal year. It currently has more than 40 job openings and has made 130 new hires in the past year. It says half of those openings are IT jobs. Others are sales and account management positions.
Liquidity Services was the only Washington-area company on Forbes’ list of the 25 fastest-growing publicly traded technology companies this year, ranking No. 23.

Liquidity Services (NASDAQ: LQDT), which resells surplus goods and returned merchandise for the government and large retailers, had fiscal third quarter revenue of $124.2 million, up 2 percent from a year earlier, but earnings fell 24 percent to $11.3 million.
The company sold $230.3 million worth of goods through its online auction channels last quarter. Its goal is to reach $2 billion in annual gross merchandise volume by fiscal 2016.

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