We all remember where we were when 9/11 happened, when Michael Jackson died and when you first saw the horrific display of Jedward gracing our screens but I have another milestone to add to the calendar, another era to end and that takes form of me moving on from Digital Minds.
It is a sad day after spending the last year and 4 months here, the guys made me feel very welcome from the offset and gave me an awesome opportunity to get my teeth stuck into. I’ve enjoyed many meals out for celebrating good months and I’ve enjoyed many more drinks celebrating a hard morning’s work as a few people will know and recognise us from the Midnight Bell, it truly has been a lovely journey and I couldn’t have asked for a better team to accompany me.
As far as recruitment companies go Digital Minds are far from the pushy sales people that a lot of recruitment companies are, all recruiters say they aren’t pushy but these guys truly mean it! They have become friends as well as colleagues and I will always be a huge brand ambassador for them, if anyone is looking for their next move in recruitment or even getting into it you should have a chat with either James Boyce or Simon Halkyard, the Co-Owners, Directors and great friends who founded Digital Minds.
My next adventure sees me heading into a Business Development role at Enjoy Digital(ED), I’m joining a team with a wealth of experience and knowledge within the Digital world. ED have worked with amazing clients and delivered some truly outstanding projects, the way they work really excites me and I can’t wait to be a part of the ED team.
I have made some amazing relationships over the years of being in recruitment and I hope to keep them and make many more, I don’t want to sound cheesy but here is to a new chapter in my life and I couldn’t wish all the best to Digital Minds in the future enough – truly lovely lads!
All the best,