We are delighted to announce the appointment of Marie Kitchin to the Ten2Two Hampshire team. She joins as Business Development Executive. Her focus is on helping local businesses grow using cost effective, flexible professionals.

Marie is a professional with a background in corporate banking and business development within the financial services industry. She understands the needs of a growing business and the challenges for business owners.

She enjoys making new connections, helping business owners and identifying collaborations which can benefit all parties. Being a strong advocate of flexible working means Marie can see the advantages from both sides of this way of working. She is also well-placed to look at how this could fit within a variety of roles.

With a positive outlook and a can-do attitude, Marie is looking forward to having a chat with your business to learn more about how the Ten2Two Hampshire team could help you grow.

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