Specialist sales recruiter and sales consultancy practice Kingman Lennox has introduced a new ‘contract and interim’ sales services in response to a growing demand from businesses across the Aberdeen area.

Martin Slowey of Kingman Lennox said “We have added a significant number of highly experienced and highly skilled sales professionals to our portfolio as demand has ramped up over the past quarter.

“The demand has come from SMEs that have identified a need to strengthen their capability to win new business in this challenging environment.”

Slowey goes on to say “Accessing highly skilled professionals on a part-time, contract or interim basis has a number of advantages in terms of both the flexibility that it offers as well as providing a dedicated focus on winning new business”.

Mark Gillanders, Director with Kingman Lennox adds “Many businesses that we have spoken to across Aberdeen recognise that they need to ramp-up sales efforts, but equally many are simply not in a position to recruit the requisite skills on a full-time permanent basis.”

Kingman Lennox provides Sales Recruitment, Sales Consulting, Contract and Interim Sales services – www.kingmanlennox.com

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