This blog is a personal account of observations so far in this pandemic and a look into the future. There is little doubt post-Covid19 will bring about technological, social and business change for us all.
I embarked on my recruitment career and joined Urban Connect on the 1st of April 2019, not really knowing what would be in store for me. A leap of faith you might call it, a gamble, perhaps even a jump into the unknown.Read article Read article
Having been with my previous company for six years, the prospect of leaving and joining a new start-up was at first a little daunting - but also very exciting! I had become a little stagnant in my previous role, my motivation had reduced, and I'd begun to find myself going through the motions a little.Read article Read article
Adam Brazier recently joined Urban Connect as a consultant specialising in Architecture. But this isn’t the usual ‘employer meets employee’ story. Instead of LinkedIn or Indeed, Founding Director of Urban Connect Andrew Kerr recruited Adam on the commuter train from Manchester to Crewe.Read article Read article
The North West is leading the way in the UK’s housing construction industry, thanks to increasing property demand and ambitious government housing initiatives. At the end of 2018, the Office of National Statistics reported a rise in the construction industry across the UK, compared to the previous year’s output.Read article Read article
It has been an overwhelming first three months for Urban Connect. From humble beginnings in a tiny office with nothing but a laptop, pen and phone, we are now in a shiny new office in Manchester's business district Spinningfields, we've hired experienced consultants and have already made a number of successful placements.Read article Read article