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Drew Marlow

Drew Marlow, Consultant, CharlesHunter
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My Bio

Drew is a member of the permanent social care division where he covers Kent, London and Essex.

Background Story

I started out my sales career working for a well known supplier of promotional gifts and merchandise. After a successful four years in the company progressing from Administrator to Head of Business Development I decided to take on a new challenge and move into the recruitment industry.

Biggest Achievement
My biggest achievement is successfully setting up a promotional gifts business with my business partner last year. I’ve taken a back seat in its daily operation since starting at Charles Hunter Associates but it’s great to see something you’ve set up go from strength to strength.

Why Charles Hunter Associates?

I wanted to work at Charles Hunter Associates because I wanted to be part of a company with clear aspirations to be bigger and better than anyone else in the industry. To work with like-minded individuals who strive to be the best every day and have fun while doing it makes for a competitive and fun environment. There’s never a dull moment in the office!

How would your team best describe you in three words?

Fun, driven, ambitious.

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