The international MGI network is inviting applications for a London firm to
join its group.
MGI lost its London partner when Midgley Snelling closed its office in the
The network has 260 offices in more than 70 countries.
Paul Winder, chief executive officer for MGI UK and Ireland, said: ‘This is a
real opportunity for a dynamic firm that believes in achieving and maintaining
excellence in everything they do, with the vision to see the benefits that
international opportunities can bring to themselves and their clients.
‘Joining MGI means that the successful firm will enjoy the best of both
worlds – continuing to operate as an independent, tailoring their specialisms to
their own local markets, but with immediate access to the skills experience and
resources of a global association of fellow members, all working to the very
highest professional standards and operational competence.’
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