We’ve rebranded for 2020!

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Ryan Kaye

- October 26th, 2020

Welcome to our brand new website.

As valued clients, we’re excited to announce that as of 2nd November 2020, we’re rebranding. This marks another significant milestone in Market Talent’s journey, providing us the opportunity to reach new high’s as we move forward into an exciting future.

After some research and market analysis, and talking with some of our valued partners, we felt the rebranding of Market Talent would enable us to expand upon our services, accomplish local and international growth objectives, and to develop all our relationships. This puts us in the position to be more competitive, and offer even more capabilities to our clients.

As you can see, it is not just our logo that has changed. We’ve changed our website, our social platforms and ultimately will be much more visible to everyone. Our focus to better reflect the company’s competitive edge, it’s impeccable track record and our continued client delivery. This brand change is part of our strategy to highlight the strength of our capabilities, our hand’s on approach, and our commitment to helping our clients and candidates in the recruitment marketplace.

What this means for our existing clients and candidates is that it’s business as usual with even more capabilities offered for you! We will of course continue to execute projects, with the same if not better dedication, client service, and professionalism you’ve come to expect from us.

We have come a long way since the company of 2015! – we’re incredibly proud of the work that we do and thankful for all the employees, the partnerships, and clients that have accompanied us in our growth. We owe this rebrand to all of you.

As always, if you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out! Until then, keep an eye on Market Talent as we continue our growth and strive to be London’s recruitment provider of choice within Banking and Financial Services.

Yours Sincerely,

Ryan Kaye
Managing Director