Our team in Denmark is growing!
“I am pleased to announce that Harvey Nash Denmark have appointed Oliver Sommer as a consultant as of August 1st. Oliver is an experienced consultant and researcher from one of the major headhunter and recruitment companies in Denmark where we worked together.” Says Mette Rüdiger, Country Manager Harvey Nash Denmark.
Oliver Sommer has gained extensive experience in searching and selecting the best candidates for various industries, from his prior roles as researcher and consultant. He has a MSc (Econ.) specialized in human resource management from Copenhagen Business School, with a BSc in business administration and philosophy. His motivation comes from understanding the customer’s challenges and by delivering high quality to customers. Oliver is a good fit for Harvey Nash Denmark with his positive “can-do” attitude and experience with solving assignments in the Øresund-region.
October 1st we (Alumni and Harvey Nash in Denmark) will move to new offices in Copenhagen with great possibilities to work from and to continue to expand our Danish Team.
For more information, please contact: Mette Rüdiger, Country Manager, Harvey Nash Denmark.
Tel: 0045 2617 45 50, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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