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Global Recruiter “Adapt to Survive” Issue - Rhys Jones a proven business builder who now helps recruiters do the same

Davidson Gray is the central hub for the business support, enjoyed by the partner businesses. It is however more the holding company Rhys Jones uses to invest in a very small group of recruiters serious about building a recruitment business….

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Global Recruiter "Start-Up" Special Issue - Finance Factor

Davidson Gray was featured in the Global Recruiter start-up special in June 2016, and were asked to comment on the general business environment for recruitment businesses. Read our exclusive comment featured…

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Global Recruiter "Growth" Special Issue - Playing to the Advantages

Going for growth doesn’t have to be a lonely experience. Indeed, once you’ve decided what you want to do and how to do it you’ll find a wealth of organisations, experts and more in the market place ready to help you achieve your goals…

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Recruitment Buzz - What you Need to Know to Perfect your Headhunt

The second part of the Davidson Gray blog series on How to deliver quality headhunts that WILL win more business is featured on the Recruitment Buzz website…

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Recruitment Buzz - Managing Cash in your Recruitment Business

The second part of the Davidson Gray blog series on How To Deliver Quality Headhunts That WILL Win More Business, featured on the Recruitment Buzz website…

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Recruitment International - We Ask You: Back Office Services

In the June 2015 issue of Recruitment International, Davidson Gray was asked to discuss the benefits of outsourcing a recruitment business’s back office functions. The below comment from MD Rhys Jones was covered.

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Altrincham Today - Ironman Triathlon Fundraising

Altrincham Today featured Davidson Gray MD Rhys Jones’s charity work in May 2017. They explained “Rhys Jones, who was told he would probably never run again after suffering the injury falling off a wall, has defied doctors’ expectations and will this weekend look to complete an Ironman 70.3 – a 1.9km swim, a 90km bike ride and a 21.1 km run”…

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