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Creativepool is proud to welcome three new members to its talent division

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As talent dominates discussions in the creative industry, we are proud to take our talent team from strength to strength and welcome Stewart Murdoch, Julian Sadur and Robert Ferguson to the Creativepool Talent Division.

Stewart Murdoch

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Deriving his expertise from nine years spent within global recruitment advertising and working with brands worldwide on recruitment technology, Stewart joins Creativepool from Cube19 as a Talent Manager. Fusing together his knowledge in how to advertise and how to maximise ROI, Stewart is here to help you build a strong talent pipeline while enhancing candidate understanding on why you are their “Employer of Choice”.

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Julian Sadur 

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A hands on Creative Producer outside of office hours, Julian joins Creativepool as an Agency Talent Manager. A diverse background as a Photographic Agent coupled with 10 years experience in creative recruitment and talent management, Julian is equipped with an all round understanding of the creative world. Passionate about building long lasting relationships, connect with Julian to elevate your presence and source exceptional talent through Creativepool’s social platforms.

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Robert Ferguson

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Once a Professional Soccer Coach in Los Angeles, Robert’s career journey saw him fuse together his passion for sports with his knowledge for sales and recruitment to serve in the world of Sports Recruitment. With in-depth knowledge of the trials and tribulations of recruitment processes behind him, Robert joins the team as a Talent Sales Executive with a full focus on brands and institutions worldwide. Connect with Robert to talk about advertising and sourcing your next creative superstar.

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