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f1 signs Jack White

Sports marketing graduate Jack White has joined marketing, communications and PR recruiters f1 Recruitment as an associate consultant to head up the Contract and Freelance team.

Jack will focus on short term and longer fixed-term contract (FTC) roles within f1’s sports marketing division working with leading sports and entertainment marketing agencies, sports federations and sponsorship teams within leading brands.

With a rich experience in sports and recruitment, Jack previously worked as a recruitment consultant in Sydney where he lived for two years after gaining experience in London with a leading global recruitment consultancy. He also has a diverse sporting background, having attended Aston Villa Academy for 9 years playing for the under 18s at 15 years of age, and also has a FA Coaching Level 1 award. Jack worked as a children’s sports coach in Sydney and is a Level 6 Skier, played rugby for Northants County Under 17s and even has a powerboat licence.

CEO and founder of f1 Recruitment, Amanda Fone, said: “We are delighted to have Jack at f1 as he has a strong pedigree in recruitment and sports industry knowledge that will prove invaluable. Clients recognise that we are ahead of the curve and that we can tap into pockets of outstanding talent that they find very difficult to reach.”

Launched in 2004, f1 Recruitment is best known for its work in the marketing, communications and sponsorship sectors working with some of the most exciting and respected brands in the UK: RedBull, British Airways, Ogilvy, Harrods, Sony, Whitbread, Samsung, Marks&Spencer, Virgin Trains, ECB, HK Strategies, Premier League, Chelsea FC, M& C Saatchi,, to name just a few.


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