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Dan Baxter

Senior Sitecore Recruitment Consultant

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Sector: Technology

Specialises in: Sitecore and .Net

Interesting fact: I was supposed to be called Hamish!

Recruiter Biography:

Since graduating with a bachelor’s degree in Business Studies I have worked in sales and then moved into recruitment. Being quite a techy guy myself  I was interested in working in tech recruitment, and have been able to get a good grasp on Sitecore and .Net software development. I have enjoyed building strong relationships with Sitecore and .Net clients by adding value to their organisations. Equally, I have enjoyed helping Sitecore and .Net Candidates find their dream role and have experienced first-hand the impact this has had on their career. It’s a pleasure to be able to achieve this whilst also helping clients improve their bottom line through adding quality Sitecore and .Net professionals to their technology teams. If you need help with you Sitecore and .Net needs, please get in touch!

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