Welcome to us, Matilda and Filip!
Last week we welcomed two new colleagues to our team at Harvey Nash!
Matilda Andersson recently graduated with a degree in Human Resource Management from Uppsala University. Matilda will join as Researcher in our team dedicated to recruitment within IT and Tech roles in Stockholm. Alongside her studies, she has already worked parttime as Researcher within recruitment and we are thrilled she has decided to stay within the industry and of course that she has made the choice to start her career with us.
Filip Edström has also recently completed his studies within Human Resource Management with a degree from Stockholm University. Our team working with Finance and Legal roles will be happy to take on Filip as their new dedicated Researcher in Stockholm. Filip has previous experience from among others as sourcing specialist and here he will continue to develop and build on his research skills and add much value to our team and our clients!
We look very much forward to getting to know the two of you better and look forward to developing and improving our internal research processes going forward.
Eva Sandberg, Country Manager Sweden
M: +46 72 158 14 38
Matilda Andersson, Researcher
M: +46 73 773 13 55
Filip Edström, Researcher
M: +46 73 095 71 09
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