(L-R) Poch Gutierrez, Josh Booth, Emma Lawson, Ben Turner, Shannon Pywell & Kia Pettitt-Brandtner
In response to increased demand for our MRS award-winning Behavioural Recruitment service, Liveminds has announced a series of international growth initiatives.
A round of international private investment coupled with revenue growth of 117% from Behavioural Recruitment in the last financial year enabled us to open a new office in Manila last month. In September we will open our first US office in Chicago which, combined with the HQ in London, ensures 24/7 account and recruitment support worldwide.
We’ve made several new hires and internal promotions in the Behavioural Recruitment, Account Management and Development teams. Poch Gutierrez, Behavioural Recruitment Executive, and Paul Corpuz, Developer, have joined the team in the Philippines. Erica Siebert, will be moving back to Chicago to lead the US Account Management team after spending the last year at our HQ. In London, Lizzie Cree has been promoted to the newly created role of Head of Operations, Henry Dann heads up business development as Account Team Manager and George Silk joined as Account Executive in April. Emma Lawson heads up the Behavioural Recruitment team with responsibility for new team members Shannon Pywell, Kia Pettitt-Brandtner and Josh Booth.
It’s a hugely exciting time for the company. Until now, recruiting participants for global research projects has meant partnering with multiple suppliers making projects unnecessarily expensive, complicated and time consuming. Liveminds gives a single point of contact who directly manages your whole recruit and can provide multi-market quotes within 24 hours. During the last four years we’ve used Behavioural Recruitment to find tens of thousands of fresh, genuine participants in over 70 countries for every kind of research project from face-to-face groups to online surveys.