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Leeds-based MET makes new appointments

Leeds-based MET makes new appointmentsTwo new appointments have been made at Leeds-based marketing recruitment specialist, MET Marketing.

The recruitment firm, which has offices in the Leeds city centre, has recently welcomed consultants Luke Spurr and Ross Calbraith to the business.

With annual turnover growth of 25% year-on-year, the agency has now grown into one of the leading recruitment agencies in the North of England, placing over 550 candidates in marketing positions across Yorkshire and the North West.

Luke, who has an Events Management degree from Leeds Beckett University, will focus on the firm’s growing Fashion and Retail desk, whereas Ross, who has a degree in Graphic Design and Illustration from De Montfort University, will specialise in creative recruitment.

Ed Sutcliffe, Director of MET Marketing, commented: “It’s a really exciting time for MET as we embark on ambitious growth plans for 2018 and beyond. Our future growth strategy has been driven by an in-depth analysis of the business and the industry to identify how we can enhance the reputation of recruiters. Alongside this, we have developed a brand new, bespoke recruitment and development programme for our staff which will support their career development and it is, therefore, a pleasure to welcome Luke and Ross to MET.”


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