AUCKLAND, Today: Marsden Inch has revealed that seasoned recruiter Clinton Ulyatt has joined the team to work alongside Jeneal Rohrback, Rob Roydhouse and Barry Williamson.
Ulyatt has been in the creative recruitment space for most of the past 20 years and has a wealth of experience and, like his colleagues, well-established relationships throughout the industry.
He has been an influential figure at The Pond, Firebrand and 3rdeye and knows the ropes inside out.
He has previously worked with both Williamson at Y&R and 3rdeye and Rohrback at Y&R and Ogilvy.
“We’ve had many conversations over the past 10 years, and now the timing is right. Good things take time, and I’m glad Rob and the team have persisted … that is what any recruiter worth their weight would do.
“Marsden Inch is a legacy business, founded in 1991, successfully passing hands on a number of occasions. That’s rare in any business, extremely rare in recruitment – let alone the creative industries.”
“We are all too busy to be bullshitted.”
“I’ve spent the past year working at the coalface with Fuman Design, and come away with a renewed respect for small businesses.
“Recruitment is a big cost for business and it’s beholden on us as recruiters to get the process right or make things right, to keep costs manageable, spread cost and offer our clients great rates for repeatedly entrusting their business with us.
“It’s easy to talk about relationship as key, it’s much harder to endure the ups and downs.“
“I feel I’ve earnt my stripes coming into Marsden Inch. Candidates and clients know I’ll work hard to get results, and be honest with them if I can’t. We are all too busy to be bullshitted.
“I’m proud that I’ve keep kept doors open behind me as new doors have opened in front of me. We have to manage expectations in the same way the businesses we are engaged by do”
“Rob, Jeneal and Baz are all respected practitioners who have committed deeply to our industry.
“I’m delighted to be in their company and bring my own style to the Marsden Inch gamut.”
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