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Louise Billingham

2 November 2020

Eden Ritchie have placed me twice in the last few years and I have been highly impressed with the service each time.  I have known Tiffany Kamo for a number of years when I contracted to QTC and she has always provided exceptional customer service, persistence, determination being two of her key strengths as a recruiter along with a willingness to go the extra mile.  More recently I have worked with Ben Wright who has also displayed these attributes and has been delightful to work with.  Both Tiffany and Ben make you feel you are not just another name but a valued client by keeping in regular touch and providing progress reports throughout the placement.  They are both proactive in their approach to finding the next contract and I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend them.  I’ll continue to keep them in my ‘go to’ list both when looking for my next contract and when I need project staff.

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