Progressive Belgium Candidate Event

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Progressive Belgium is for twenty-five years, a major player in the engineering recruitment industry – we cover the telecom, pharmaceutical, health and information technology sectors.

Our services are dedicated to freelancers looking for projects, and to professionals looking for a permanent position.

Candidate’s satisfaction is key to us. And the best way to get feedback is by spending time together so we insure we constantly meet your expectations. Our ultimate goal is to establish a long term relationship and regularly exchange views and opinions on the engineering market.

This is the reason why Progressive organise events bringing together the different profiles of engineers we work with. Around a drink, professionals will be able to network, share their professional experiences and their industry knowledge.

The next event will take place Wednesday, February 17th @ Courtyard Brussels and it will be the opportunity to discuss the 2016 market trends.

The Progressive team is really looking forward to it !

Should you wish to find out more about our candidates’ events please contact Matthieu Schnock

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