Sue Cuff and her daughter Amy completed the second of their 4 challenges this summer, walking a total of around 400 miles to raise money for 2 key cancer charities. Yesterday they walked the 26.2 mile marathon “Breast Walk Ever” , through the countryside and along stretches of river in Oxfordshire and Berkshire. This picture is last night’s finish line; the next huge challenge is this coming weekend, walking 100k in aid of Cancer Research UK. They expect to cross that finish line next Sunday morning, having walked all Saturday and then through the night from Fulham to Henley. Wish them luck – and congratulations on yesterday’s marathon. All in a great cause – and a fantastic opportunity for non-stop mother/daughter bonding!
talentflow has been named Best Value Added Recruitment Agency – UK in the Recruitment Awards 2015 by Corporate Vision Magazine.
Quoted from Corporate Vision Magazine:
“Choosing this year’s successful nominees has been a long and rigorous process, with no stone left unturned as we sought to ensure that our prestigious trophies found their way into the hands of only the most deserving individuals, teams and firms”
talentflow has been selected as a top performer.
Our submission for the award included:
“We are focussed on delivering a highly tailored, personal service to candidate and client. We are highly experienced, mature, committed to adding value. Seeing added value really work is inspiring and rewarding.”
Keynote speaker, Ken Olisa OBE, will talk about his first 90 days as Her Majesty’s Lord-Lieutenant of Greater London.
Both charities, Home Start and Thames Reach, will be represented and will present short case studies of their work.
A huge thank you to our sponsors
Last evening saw the successful launch of a new networking forum, netNET+, kindly sponsored by Investec Wealth & Investment. It was hosted by Co-Chairs Susan Cuff, CEO talentflow and in absentia Samathan Watson, VP Morningstar. The event was attended by upwards of 70 influential City players to see 3 great presentations from Ken Olisa OBE, Chairman Thames Reach, Tomas Carruthers, London Ambassador Home-Start and Rob Parkinson, CEO Home-Start.
Sue Cuff, CEO of talentflow, will tonight launch a new networking initiative in the City. Around 70 people will gather at Investec’s offices in Gresham Street to hear about the launch of netNET+, a new network for the financial workers which has 2 key objectives. One, to provide a stimulating environment for City players and decision makers to meet each other and debate the topics of the day. Two, to increase awareness and raise support for 2 key London charities, Thames Reach and Home-Smart. Thames Reach rescues and supports London’s homeless and vulnerable; Home-Start supports vulnerable children in dysfunctional family situations. Attendees this evening include Ken Olisa OBE, Chair of Thames Reach and recently appointed Lord Lieutenant of London, James Sainsbury OBE, Chair of Trustees for Home-Start, Tomas Carruthers, Chair of Social Stock Exchange. Investec Wealth and Investment are very kindly supporting the event.
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