Claudia graduated from Edinburgh University with a degree in Modern Languages this summer. We placed her into a Sales role at an e-commerce technology startup in September. We caught up with her
Summer- if you can call the funereal seventeen-degree drizzle that was July and August this year summer, that is- is well and truly over. But if you’re a recent university graduate wondering
Venatrix Talent Manager Alex O’Brien’s tips for making sure you’re in charge of your future After end-of-exam celebrations and the glory of graduation, hunting for your first graduate job can be a
Think about what really matters In the age of Google HQ, it feels almost compulsory for companies to have trendy offices in Shoreditch complete with ping pong tables and fully stocked beer
The title of this article probably strikes the wrong chord; a job interview shouldn’t be thought of as an hour-long exercise in avoiding traps and trying not to mess up, but rather
Zineddine graduated from the University of Brighton with Geography degree. After his first year of full-time work, Venatrix placed him into a role as a market analyst in a Fintech SaaS company.
The emblem of the sales industry, for me, has always been David Brent, in the mournful third series of The Office. Sacked and in constant disgrace, Brent is now selling cleaning products