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    Posted on 18th October 2017 in News

     

    Craig Heywood, managing consultant here at Douglas Scott, is dusting off his dinner jacket after being named a finalist in JCI Manchester’s Young Talent Awards (MYTAs).

    Each year the great and good of Manchester gather at the MYTAs to celebrate the achievements of the outstanding young professionals who are not only exceptionally skilled but exemplify talent itself.

    Craig has been shortlisted in the Talent & Recruiter of the Year category thanks to his unwavering ability to find the right candidate, which has seen him build an impressive client base and a stellar reputation both within Douglas Scott and the wider business community in Manchester.

    JCI Manchester President 2017, Simon Anderson said: “Each year we are blown away by the level of the applications and by the support of Manchester’s business community.  Both elements show that Manchester embraces its own talent and has a great desire to celebrate the achievements of its up-and-coming stars.”

    Craig will be fighting off stiff competition from Andrew Welsh of Instinct Resourcing and Duane Cormell from Realm Recruit, with the winners announced at a ceremony at The Principal Manchester on 23rd November 2017.

    Best of luck Craig!

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