‘As a senior professional with a number of years experience in my field Sphere listened well to what I was looking for and sourced a number of well-aligned opportunities within the market. The process, which ended successfully, was well managed and was positively collaborative and well communicated. It wasn’t about pushing a ‘square peg into a round hole’ to receive a fee but took the appropriate amount of time and focus to find a good fit. The experience was positive and I would certainly refer them to other senior personnel who have selective role demands and service expectations’
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