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In Job gets an extreme makeover

Data di pubblicazione: 28 October 2015
When we embarked on an internationalisation project in 2012 our goal was clear: spread the In Job brand worldwide and become a leading company within the market of middle-executive search.  Have we accomplished our goal? It is certainly too soon to say since we have just begun our path. But finding our “home” in such […]
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When we embarked on an internationalisation project in 2012 our goal was clear: spread the In Job brand worldwide and become a leading company within the market of middle-executive search. 

Have we accomplished our goal? It is certainly too soon to say since we have just begun our path. But finding our “home” in such a fast paced and internet savvy world has always been our forte – our hobbyhorse

You can easily imagine how excited we are to finally fit in the right place, now that we own the domain that best suits our mission and identity: www.injob.com 

In order to celebrate our new “home” we also did an extreme makeover. A brand new website, with new colours and new concepts. A tremendous and significant change, as it is that same change – in which we deeply believe and value. 

A big transformation, but one thing that we will never change or trade is that we will always put our best foot forward. 

 

“The secret of change is to focus all of your energy not on fighting the old, but on building the new” – Socrate

 

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