2017, nearly 3 years since we launched Ten2Two in Sussex.

So much achieved and so much to do … the highlights of 2016, best Small Business in the Brighton and Hove JP Press Awards, successful placements of many candidates, doubling our revenue year on year, nearly 2000 registered members, editorial coverage in Platinum Business magazine, to mention but a few.

We are now poised for our third financial year and propose to double placements and turnover again.

We continue to hold fast to the Ten2Two values of placing professionals into local, part-time and flexible work.  An area which we are passionate about, and one where we will continue to grow our expertise, is helping women reach their potential. There is such a wealth of talent locally and though the salaries are not always worthy of the women, what is gained in confidence, self-esteem, empowerment and flexibility makes up for what is lacking in remuneration.

Our first step to this particular goal is the Ten2Two Confidence Workshop on February 7th 2017. A workshop dedicated to developing a set of strategies and tools to ensure that you get the job once invited to interview

We love January and formulating the plans to tackle the New Year and we are looking forward to the challenges 2017 will bring.

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