March 30, 2016 – Executive search firm Argyll Scott has added sales and marketing specialist recruiter Bradley Feller as a director in its U.K. office. He will launch the new specialty practice for the firm.
With over 20 years of recruiting experience, Mr. Feller worked for international recruiter Hudson for a decade before joining Hamilton Bradshaw. Most recently, he was managing director of U.K. operations for executive search firm Manners Maclean handling senior level appointments within sales and marketing.
“We are very pleased to welcome Bradley to the Argyll Scott management team,” said Andy Dallas, Argyll Scott managing director for commercial, financial and professional services. “His knowledge, experience, skills and hands-on approach are second to none and I am sure our sales and marketing business will feel an immediate positive impact from his arrival. I have no doubt that it will benefit from sustained, long term growth under his direction.”
Mr. Feller said: “I am excited by the opportunity to establish its sales and marketing business as the ‘go to’ recruiter in the sector. The firm has a great reputation with clients and candidates alike, a strong management team and it offers exceptional opportunities for high caliber consultants who want to work in a driven, professional and fun environment.”
Additionally, Bethany Kopiski has been promoted to head the firm’s insurance and commodities business. Ms. Kopiski has has been a specialist recruiter within the insurance industry for more than 10 years, working with clients in London, Asia, Australia, Europe and North America.
And Daniel Middleton has joined the firm’s commerce and industry contract team from Robert Half. He will specialize in placing finance contractors into professional services and property and construction clients.
Argyll Scott recently expanded its commerce and industry recruiting sector practice with the additions of Ben Westwood as director and Paul Vince as an associate director. Both search consultants also joined from Robert Half.
Contributed by Dale M. Zupsansky, Managing Editor, Hunt Scanlon Media