Clients recruiting for freelancers in creative, PR and communications roles
Head of PR


Many of our clients are looking for short term help at the moment, while things settle down and businesses start to plan for the future.

For many years we’ve had an extensive network of highly skilled freelancers on our books ready to provide expertise to businesses of all sizes. It’s part of what we do every day. We are offering you access to these expert contractors and freelancers with no finders’ fee at our end for the first two months. Just give us a call and we can work with you to help you work out what you need and for how long, and then find you the right people for the role.

Examples of the kind of support we are providing for our clients

freelance recruitment support for marketing, PR, creative, communications and social media – highly skilled people available to help you out.

advice on recruiting for short term people when you have permanent staff on furlough, it’s a sensitive subject

feedback on the market in general and what’s going on in recruitment

advice on job descriptions and person specifications, to make sure your short and long term hires are the right people to move your business forward.

just to listen and support with difficult decisions

support and advice about new people who may have to start their jobs in a remote working situation

fixed fee recruitment services to help with the influx of candidates when you advertise any role directly, to manage your response and find the best people

As a recruiter with three decades of experience, I can honestly say I’ve never had an experience like this before. Yes, there have been ups and downs, recessions, new technology, new governments over the years, but none of us have been here in this exact situation before, and so we all need to support each other as best we can. And there are several ways we can help you get back on your feet.

For our own business, well we WERE super excited about our new Clifton offices in Bristol, situated right by the delicious Ivy Brasserie, and then just two weeks into our move we had to move out again to work from home.  Not sure when we’ll be back full time, but it’s all good with the working from home situation! So, we’re still excited but priorities have certainly changed.

If like us you have been a bit up and down, let’s talk about adapting to move forward. Let’s look at getting you the right expertise in place. Because, let’s face it. It’s possible that you need new skills in your business to help you get back on track!

Email or call 0117 301 8223 for a confidential discussion.

Oh and of course if you are a freelancer, we’d love to hear from you too!

Share This