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Please join us in welcoming Poppy & Louise to the team.  Both ladies will be working on the temp desk, joining Kuba & Monique to look after our staff and clients alike.  So you know who you’re dealing with…

Poppy

Since graduating from Coventry University in Events Management she has worked for two events companies in a mainly office based capacity, arranging corporate events for blue chip businesses in both the Midlands & more recently the big smoke.

When not making magic happen in the office, Poppy is a keen swimmer.  During her younger years, she studied performing arts, specialising in dance. Unfortunately, aged 16 she discovered alcohol and her dance career came to a sudden end.  Please do not hold the fact Poppy is Welsh against her… She’s actually alright!

 

Louise

Also a graduate in Events Management but she undertook her studies in the bright lights of Sheffield.   Louise has experience working with a top London events company in both an administration and operational capacity.  Prior to this Louise worked in a Michelin starred hotel.

Outside of work, Louise is a real foodie and likely to be found in one of Warwick’s eateries.  Other than that she is a keen rower (5am starts throughout University sounds too keen to us!) and a member of Warwick Rowing Club.

 

It has also been brought to our attention that we never formally introduced Rachael….

Rachael has now been with us 4 months.  In her life before Lime, Rachael was Meeting & Events Coordinator at a large 4 star hotel and completed her degree in Gloucester studying Tourism & Hospitality Management.

Rachael has joined our perm desk adding industry experience to an area we may have been lacking. She is working closely with GM Paul and Chef Dom providing candidates with great career opportunities & clients solid recruitment solutions.

Rachael is beer crazy… A connoisseur in craft ales.  When not drinking herself in to oblivion, she walks her dog and pretends she’s been at the gym.

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