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Ten years ago (it seems like only yesterday) we were simply a small group of experienced yet rather frustrated creative recruiters about to launch a brand new business. RedSofa. We were determined to show the world we could do a better job than the competition: and have fun at the same time.

Our philosophy was very simple only hire the very best and watch them and the business flourish. By 2014 we were proud to be acclaimed Europe's fastest growing and most respected Creative Recruitment Agency. A year later we opened our Berlin office.

Of course there are other elements to our success, passion, creativity and building long-term personal relationships, but working with the very best people will always be at the core of our being.

We now cover almost every area in our sector, ranging from junior art workers to global CEOs. Our expertise in every area is widely regarded as being unequalled. IMPRINT

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We are well and truly open for business and you are more than free to pop in anytime. (except the weekends!) Also feel free to check out our Berlin office.

Address
68 Redchurch Street
London, E2 7DP

Fax
+44 (0)20 3006 8882

Phone
+44 (0)20 7729 5129

News

🖊️5 ways prepare for an interview🖊️

Steve Buss 31st October 2022

🖊️5 ways prepare for an interview🖊️

I’ve spoken to lots of candidates recently who are interviewing, and they’re asking me all different ways to relax and how to prepare. So here are my top 5.

1. Research the company! If you are anything like me, I like to know as much as I can before doing something. It will make you feel at ease and be able to overcome any company related questions.

2. Ask questions! Make sure you come back from the interview with all of your questions/queries answered. Have a few questions written down, so you can refer to them.

3. Have your CV/Portfolio to hand. If you are asked to present your portfolio or a few projects, you will already have it ready. This will save time and save you feeling flustered trying to find it.

4. If you are attending an interview via Zoom, make sure the Wifi works. Have a little test beforehand.
If you are attending an interview in person, plan your journey. What trains/tubes will you need to get, how long is the drive? Leave in plenty of time so you don’t feel flustered when you arrive.

5. Just breathe… no joke, please do! Take a deep breath. You know your skills, you know why you want the job and most importantly you know you! Show the interviewer the best version of you.

 

 

– written by Jordan Higgins

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