News: Welcome Flexibility Matters

Posted on 26th February 2019

I am delighted to announce to my business contacts and supporters here in Sussex the launch of my new venture Flexibility Matters.
For the last 5 years, my company has traded as Ten2Two Sussex under a franchise with Ten2Two Ltd. My franchise with Ten2Two has come to an end, and so my company is now trading as Flexibility Matters. We are no longer associated with Ten2Two in any way.

My business continues to build and operate its network of candidates and businesses to recruit flexibly, as it has done for the last 5 years, and I continue to be thankful for your support.

Our mission is to champion flexible working in Sussex, we will continue to recruit flexibly, create best practice, implement best practice, run events and training and we will let you know about our progress in quarterly newsletters and through our new website – please see a flavor of the website and our new branding here www.flexibilitymatters.co.uk

My team is comprised of the same ladies that you know and many will have met, Hannah Bolding Recruitment Manager, Donna Reilly Operations Manager, Clare Silva Business Development Gatwick and Crawley and Nicole Savage Consultant Copywriter.

If you would like more information, help filling a role or just to find out more about Flexibility Matters please mail me on emma@flexmatters.co.uk

or give me a call 07810 541599. In the meantime, Clare and I will be making contact to reintroduce ourselves and to see if you would like our help.

If, however you would like to unsubscribe simply hit the unsubscribe link below.

Kind regards Emma, Donna, Hannah, Clare and Nicole
Your Flexibility Matters Team
emma@flexmatters.co.uk

Our mission is to champion flexible working in Sussex, we will continue to recruit flexibly, create best practice, implement best practice, run events and training and we will let you know about our progress in quarterly newsletters and through our new website – please see a flavor of the website and our new branding here www.flexibilitymatters.co.uk

My team is comprised of the same ladies that you know and many will have met, Hannah Bolding Recruitment Manager, Donna Reilly Operations Manager, Clare Silva Business Development Gatwick and Crawley and Nicole Savage Consultant Copywriter.

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