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Robertson Sumner has been successfully delivering sales & marketing hires for the IT channel for over 20 years. “It felt like it was the natural evolution for the business to meet the demand of our […]
The great and the good of the technology industry got together earlier this year at our inaugural Channel Chat Live event on the 26th May 2022 at The Phoenix in Cavendish Square, London. The panellists […]
It is commonly understood that the results of collaboration and working together can yield infinitely more than a collection of individuals working on their own. As recruiters we hear from hiring managers regularly about their […]
With the increase trend in remote working especially with regards to the new normal, hiring exceptional candidates and to virtually onboard potential candidates can be a challenging time. The process of hiring can be quite […]
Cold calls can be intimidating. However, with solid preparation a cold call can turn into a warm lead. Here is Robertson Sumner’s guide to acing a cold call. Before a salesperson ever picks up the phone, […]
Anyone who is an active LinkedIn user will almost definitely be receiving weekly, if not daily, InMails from Recruiters and Hiring Managers trying to entice them out of their current job and into a new […]
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