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Jacob Sanders

Marketing Manager

Jacob Sanders Marketing Recruitment Eligo

Sector: Marketing

Specialises in: Recruitment blogging, Social media, Digital Advertising, Copywriting, Optimising job adverts, CV writing, Analytics, and Fixing the office printers.

Interesting fact: I learnt brickwork in Uganda whilst organising and then playing in the greatest ever (amateur) England vs Uganda football fixture - of which England won.

Recruiter Biography:

Completing my degree in Politics and Creative Writing, I have gained a wealth of experience during positions within the finance, logistics, and most recently human resources sectors. During my last position, I was the senior writer for a large CV writing company, encountering just about every type of CV and career possible, whilst also crafting a variety of blogs for the sector.

A lover of a good pun, you'll find me blogging about important issues within the Recruitment sector, tweeting out office antics, continually aiming to please Google, and occasionally scoring a couple for the Eligo football team.

Articles by Jacob Sanders
Author: Jacob Sanders | Date: 26/9/17 | Category: Eligo News
Merton Best Business Wimbledon Eligo Recruitment

Since moving here in 2013, Wimbledon and the surrounding area has been an incredibly important place to us. You might only know Wimbledon for the tennis, but it's much more than that. It's where our office is based, it's where almost all our talented staff live, and it's where so many of our favourite businesses and locations are. The word community and essence of it are something that runs through Eligo and how we work. From this local community in Merton and South West London to those that grow out of our specialist markets, we've always passionately believed in getting ourselves involved and supporting wherever we can. It's for this reason we're particularly delighted to be...

Author: Jacob Sanders | Date: 15/9/17 | Category: Fire and Security
F&S News 15/09/17 - Fire & Security engineering and sales jobs

    This week in our Fire & Security industry news round-up we cover an acquisition of Guavus by Thales, a growth of fraud detection and prevention market, challenges of video storage and more...           Thales is acquiring Guavus Thales strengthens its positioning in one of the key technologies at the heart of digital transformation of its customers, by acquiring Guavus, one of the pioneers of real-time big data analytics. Guavus is perfectly suited to help Thales address the growing needs of an increasingly connected global ecosystem. The company has built a recognised industrial “big data” platform particularly...

Author: Jacob Sanders | Date: 14/7/17 | Category: Fire and Security
Eligo Fire & Security Weekly News by our Security consultants

        This week in our Fire & Security industry news round-up we cover a future of the global smart cities market, popularity of biometrics, growth of building management market at more...           Building management market is growing According to the latest report published by Marketsandmarkets estimates that the building management system market will be worth USD 19.25 billion by 2023, growing at a CAGR of 16.71% between 2017 and 2023. The significant cost benefits to the industrial, commercial, and residential users, simplified building operations and maintenance, and increasing demand for...

Author: Jacob Sanders | Date: 14/7/17 | Category: Technology
Weekly Tech News 14-07-17

      Stay tech savvy with the Eligo Technology news roundup, featuring the latest news and updates from the tech industry each week. This week ending 14/07/2017 The Taylor Review is published, Dev Bootcamp closes its doors, Goldman Sachs changes its dress code to be more tech and tech firms unite for 'net neutrality' protest.           The Taylor Review: What impact will it have on UK tech companies? This week The Tayler Review was published, a report on the UK labour market which showed to have the greatest impact on the tech sector and what is referred to as the ‘gig economy’. It acknowledged that platform-based...

Author: Jacob Sanders | Date: 23/6/17 | Category: Technology

    Stay tech savvy with the Eligo Technology news roundup, featuring the latest news and updates from the Tech industry each week. This week ending 23/06/2017 an Open-Source Python library helps developers create reactive web apps, funding for a biotech company could change the face of retail banking, the Queen's speech outlines UK government proposal for a 'new digital charter' and Facebook launches an initiative to fight online hate speech.             New Open-source Python library helps developers create reactive web apps As the interest in Python programming language increases, a new open-source project wants to help developers...

Author: Jacob Sanders | Date: 26/5/17 | Category: Fire and Security
Fire & Security Weekly News and our Security and Fire vacancies

    This week in our Fire & Security industry news round-up we cover trends in market growth in Biometrics and Multi-factor authentication, new FIA qualifications, the upcoming IFSEC conference, and more...                     FIA reveals new qualifications for Fire and Alarm Sector The FIA (Fire Industry Association) recently revealed four new qualifications designed to reflect the main roles within the sector; Designer, Installer, Maintainer, and Commissioner. Read more here. (fe news, May 2017) Report claims biometrics market size to cross $24billion by 2021 A recent report...

Author: Jacob Sanders | Date: 12/5/17 | Category: Fire and Security
Fire & Security New by fire and security headhunters

      This week in our Fire & Security industry news round-up we cover trends in video surveillance cameras market, a growth of fire protection systems, a success fingerprint technology within biometrics market and more.       Promising growth forecast for Fire Protection  Systems market According to the latest report published Marketsandmarkets the Fire Protection Systems market is expected to grow from USD 52.19 Billion in 2016 to USD 93.46 billion by 2022, at a CAGR of 9.7% between 2017 and 2022. The demand for fire protection systems is driven by the increase in fire-related spending by a number of enterprises and SMEs across...

Author: Jacob Sanders | Date: 5/5/17 | Category: Technology
Weekly Tech News 05-05-17

    Stay tech savvy with the Eligo Technology news roundup, featuring the latest news and updates from the Tech industry each week. This week ending 05/05/2017 Amazon is set to open a new development centre in Cambridge, apps are disappearing from the Apple Watch, the internet is hit with a Google Docs phishing attach and Sadiq Khan is on the hunt for London's first CDO.            Amazon to open new development centre in Cambridge Tech giant Amazon is launching a new development site in Cambridge that will house over 400 employees including machine learning scientists, knowledge engineers and data scientists. Staff working on...

Author: Jacob Sanders | Date: 13/4/17 | Category: Fire and Security
Eligo Fire & Security news by Ellen Ashby: fire & security consultan

This week in our Fire & Security industry news round-up we cover the growth of video surveillance market, a new development in fingerprint identification, trends in the mass transit security market and more... Hospital enhances operations with better access Aintree Hospital in Liverpool has recently upgraded its Access Control with help from Assa Abloy, using a cost effective and wire free system to integrate the new and existing systems; working with all major standard RFID technologies it will be easy to add further additions to the system. The hospital now possesses a very capable and flexible Access Control system that will stand them in good stead for the years to...

Author: Jacob Sanders | Date: 24/3/17 | Category: Fire and Security
Security recruiters in London and Midlands: Fire & Security Industry News

  This week in our Fire & Security industry news round-up we cover the growth of perimeter intrusion detection market, new technology against cyber attacks and more...     100% protection against cyber attacks? Cyber security has become a high-profile issue, made even more so by recent Wikileaks allegations against the Central Intelligence Agency, accusing them of bypassing security encryption on a variety of smart devices. A researcher from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) has developed a new technique that could provide virtually 100% protection against cyber attacks launched through internet videos or images. His techniques combat...

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