Why we do it better.
Your company relies on you to put the best people in place
When it comes to hiring, we work hard to help you do just that – fill your team with “A” players. We follow the best practice in candidate sourcing. We work with you to increase your bench strength – to ensure your team (and your company) is strengthened with increased productivity, stability and energy.
Here’s what we do differently:
We block pop-ups.
Unlike other recruitment agencies, we don’t spread ourselves thin trying to be all things to all people. We specialize in finding marketing, communications and sales professionals. We invest our time in getting to know your market and finding leaders with the specializations you need.
We use multiple search engines.
We don’t rely on formal pre-scripted references supplied by our candidates. To get the most complete picture of what someone is like, we seek out informal references from past co-workers, bosses or clients. We make sure the pretenders get smoked-out before we ever present them to you.
We don’t date online.
We don't believe in wasting your valuable time. Two things you can count on from us: First, we take time to assess all candidates thoroughly. We want to ensure that we represent them correctly and only offer you candidates who "fit." Second, we don't immediately rush out flashy resumes. We find out who is relevant and who is available for what you have to offer.
Roles We Place
The power of focus.
We can help you find specialists, professionals and/or leaders in the following arenas:
Creative & Interactive
Sales & Sales Management
Non-Profit Sector Roles
bright minds. brilliant growth.
MARKETING, COMMUNICATIONS AND SALES EXECUTIVE SEARCH SPECIALISTS
We find senior-level marketing, sales, communications, and creative professionals with proven track records for companies who need them.
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“In order to succeed, your desire for success should be greater than your fear of failure.”