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#OurChosenCharities – A conversation with Target Ovarian Cancer
#OurChosenCharities – A conversation with Target Ovarian Cancer
by Paul Rodwell
Posted in Charity
In the last few months, we’ve raised over £6,000 through the Simone Taylor Fund. However, beyond just donations we want to champion the work of these charities, to raise awareness of their causes and the work they do. CEO Paul Rodwell speaks to Mark Drain at Target Ovarian Cancer to find out more about their life-saving work.
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#OurChosenCharities – A conversation with The Eve Appeal
#OurChosenCharities – A conversation with The Eve Appeal
by Paul Rodwell
Posted in Charity, Female Leaders
In the last few months, we’ve raised over £5,000 through the Simone Taylor Fund. However, beyond just donations we want to champion the work of these charities, to raise awareness of their causes and the work they do. CEO Paul Rodwell speaks to Athena Lamnisos at The Eve Appeal to find out more about their life-saving work.
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What start-ups can learn from sports managers
What start-ups can learn from sports managers
by Lewis Wilson
Posted in International Expansion, Startups
Particularly in big sports leagues, managers may have hundreds of millions to play with when it comes to building their team. But, without wise investment in the right team, a big budget may not translate into results.... so what can start-ups learn from sports teams?
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CASE STUDY: Ending a year-long search for a business-critical Senior Scientist
CASE STUDY: Ending a year-long search for a business-critical Senior Scientist
by Adam Alexander
Posted in Case Studies, Scientific and Process Technology
A family-owned company dedicated to providing high-quality research tools planned to create a new Antibody Engineering Division and needed to recruit a Senior Scientist as the division’s first hire in the US. The company had struggled to recruit for the role both directly and through working with other recruitment partners.
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IWD 2022: “Culture is driven from the top; women in senior positions can help to make it more inclusive.”
IWD 2022: “Culture is driven from the top; women in senior positions can help to make it more inclusive.”
by Tanya Ridding
Posted in Female Leaders, Medical Devices
For International Women’s Day, we spoke to three of our female senior managers to find out what it is like being a female in recruitment, how male-dominated the field really is and what we can do to support women to achieve the most senior roles. We spoke to Tanya Ridding who manages our global medical device team.
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IWD 2022: “It’s all about work-life balance.”
IWD 2022: “It’s all about work-life balance.”
by Christine Sands
Posted in Female Leaders, Pharmaceuticals
For International Women’s Day, we spoke to three of our female senior managers to find out what it is like being a woman in recruitment, how male-dominated the field really is and what we can do to support women to achieve the most senior roles. Our second interview is with Christine Sands who heads up our global pharma team.
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IWD 2022: “Passion and love for what you do is one of the key elements to success.”
IWD 2022: “Passion and love for what you do is one of the key elements to success.”
by Oliver Baumgart
Posted in Female Leaders, Scientific and Process Technology
For International Women’s Day, we spoke to three of our female senior managers to find out what it is like being a woman in recruitment, how male dominated the field really is and what we can do to support women to achieve the most senior roles. Here is our interview with Naima Morys - Manager of our DACH team.
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2022: The state of play in the US job market
2022: The state of play in the US job market
by Andrew Maddison
Posted in Job Search, Medical Devices, Pharmaceuticals, Scientific and Process Technology
In this article, we take a look at the state of investment in the market, the size of the talent pool and how this is impacting the job market in the US across the pharma, biotech and medical device industries.
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CASE STUDY: Ending a year-long search for an account manager in two weeks
CASE STUDY: Ending a year-long search for an account manager in two weeks
by Oliver Baumgart
Posted in Case Studies, Scientific and Process Technology
A world leading supplier of laboratory equipment, was struggling to hire an Account Manager to grow their bioproduction team. We immediately identified a candidate who was already in our bioprocess network that would be suitable for this particular role.
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