UK: Editorial - Changes begin with appointments.

UK: Editorial - Changes begin with appointments. - Diligent readers of Management Today will notice a significant innovation towards the back of this issue: our new special appointments section which starts on page 99. The recruitment section is the firs

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Last Updated: 31 Aug 2010

Diligent readers of Management Today will notice a significant innovation towards the back of this issue: our new special appointments section which starts on page 99. The recruitment section is the first of many developments which we shall be rolling out over the coming months, and is intended to add to the services we already offer to our readers. So, if you fancy a job as head of brand marketing in financial services, would be interested in a technical directorship in Leeds or could be tempted into running a ship repair yard in Portsmouth, turn to the back of the book.

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