We are delighted to announce the appointment of Hannah Epps to the Hampshire Ten2Two Team. Hannah joins as Business Developer and will focus on introducing Ten2Two to local businesses. She will be highlighting the benefits of hiring part-time and flexible professionals as an enabler for growth.

Hannah has a background in Sales and Marketing. She has worked in a variety of roles from manager, trainer to running her own business in both the Financial and the fitness industries. Running an SME for 17 years she understands how to grow a business and the benefits of flexible working.

Hannah is passionate about creating a community and enjoys making new connections through networking. Having worked as a contractor and hiring part time professionals to help her business growth she believes in supporting businesses secure affordable talent.

With a friendly positive attitude Hannah is excited about discussing with you how Ten2Two can help your business grow.

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