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A tweak to our name and logo, and exciting plans ahead

If you have visited our website recently you will have noticed that Harvey Nash Executive Search has now become Harvey Nash Alumni.

If you have visited our website recently you will have noticed that Harvey Nash Executive Search has now become Harvey Nash Alumni.

Why the change? Let us explain...

Alumni is a wholly owned division of our parent company Harvey Nash Group and is one of Europe’s most successful executive search and leadership services organisations. 

For the last ten years Harvey Nash Executive Search has been working very closely with our colleagues in Alumni. So closely in fact, that we have come together as a single business, and we thought it was high time to reflect that in our name.

Over time our business will eventuality be called simply Alumni, but for now we are jointly branding ourselves. Harvey Nash as a brand, will of course continue, but it will now be dedicated to our technology recruitment division. 

It makes things really simple for our clients. If you want local or international board and executive level appointments, assessments or leadership consultancy, Alumni can help. If you want technology talent, from senior management through to software developers, Harvey Nash is your partner.

Needless to say, although the name has changed, our passion, dedication and commitment remains very much the same.

Sometime in 2020 we will move over fully to the Alumni brand with a fantastic new look and feel, and we’ll share more of our exciting plans for growth.  

In the meantime if you have any questions please do get in contact.

Malcolm Devine, malcolm.devine@harveynash.com

Frank McKenna, frank.mckenna@harveynash.com

Darrel Pugh, darrel.pugh@harveynash.com

Tameron Chappell, tameron.chappell@harveynash.com

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