Daisy is on the hunt for five business
graduates to join the company.
The graduate training scheme's relaunch is driven by Daisy’s rapid expansion. The firm now plans
to recruit new business graduates every year.
The move follows Daisy's recruitment drive last month to employ 80 field consultants.
Daisy’s two year graduate placement
programme will see the new recruits gaining experience in all key areas of the business,
including sales, customer service, marketing, finance and bid management.
Clare Martin, Daisy’s HR director,
said: ‘There has never been a better time to join Daisy. The past 15 months
have seen major changes within the company, which floated on the Alternative
Investment Market (AIM) and has subsequently acquired nine companies, taking us
from a one office company with 180 staff to a UK wide company with 1,000
She added: 'The five lucky individuals who join
us on the graduate programme will be working alongside some of the best
business brains in the country and we will be looking at them to bring fresh
ideas to the organisation, as well as playing an integral role in our continued
Katy Haigh, who started on the
graduate programme at Daisy, now has a key role in Daisy’s acquisitions
She said: ‘I love this role,
as every deal carried out is slightly different to the last. I have a low
boredom threshold and you can be certain that this job is never mundane.
‘Whenever we are looking at a new acquisition, someone always raises an
idea with their department hat on. As an all rounder within the company I have
the ability to flesh out these ideas and make sure they have been thought out
from every angle.’