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Alchemy Recruitment have been leading recruiters in the Removals industry for over 20 years. During our long established career we have gained the respect of both candidates and employers alike for the standard of service we offer. The high quality of national and international vacancies we attract is just further example of the quality of employers we work with and the calibre of candidates who register with us.
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The 57th Annual IAM Conference – My Experience
This year my colleague Steve Maples and I were fortunate enough to attend the 57th Annual IAM convention in Chicago, Illinois. We had an excellent time; it was a great to see old friends within the industry and a fantastic chance to meet some new clients. The Conference was located at the Hyatt Regency Hotel, a mammoth scale venue that was able to accommodate the needs of 3000 attendees, with a constant rotation of free tea, coffees, lunches (and very importantly, bars). Our stay was comfortable and conductive to the building of new business. As an IAM convention veteran, I found the event followed a familiar format.