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Emma Crabtree & Nikki Dent - The power of investment, & why it’s never too late to start a career in recruitment
Episode 34118th April 2022 • The Recruitment Mentors Podcast • Hishem Azzouz
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The key takeaways from this episode are as follows:

🚀 You’ll learn about being a female  founder and what it means to be a woman in recruitment.

🚀 You’ll get some solid advice on investment and what a good investor will do for your business.

🚀 Rebranding and what this has done for them in the short, medium, and long-term.

🚀 Entering recruitment late and why it’s never “too late” to start.

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This week I’m joined by Emma & Nikki from Mirai Talent.

They both have a wealth of recruitment experience and co-founded Mirai to service their markets in a different way.

It was great to sit down with him and talk about everything from investment, to mental health, through to scaling a business.

You can connect with them on LinkedIn:

Emma: https://www.linkedin.com/in/emma-crabtree/ 

Nikki: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ndent/ 

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https://www.recruitmentmentors.com/

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