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E2W celebrates the launch of its Professional Services

E2W celebrates the launch of its Professional Services

Tina.Freed / 16 Jul 2015

E2W are delighted to announce the launch of our Professional Services.

Since 2000, E2W has been delivering Sales, Marketing and Research Services from offices in the Americas, Asia-Pacific and Europe, helping financial services and technology firms reduce their cost of sale, enter new markets armed with real information, and increase revenue. E2W is recognised for its unique talent pool of extraordinary people with financial markets experience.

“In 2014, we embarked on a journey to diversify our services utilising our proven business model and extraordinary talent pool,” says Mark Freed, CEO of E2W. “Using the experience and expertise of our women-centric, flexible and agile working strategy we created a set of services to compete and/or compliment consultancies and BPO providers. We are delighted that our initial success has resulted in a proof of concept with one of the large investment banks and other fruitful conversations have honed some initial service lines that are being developed.”

E2W are a certified women owned and run financial markets professional services firm with specialist domain expertise delivered via Business Process Outsourcing (BPO), Consultancy and Contracting service lines.

Formed in recognition that flexible working arrangements provide the framework to support a healthy work-life balance, E2W have built a business that attracts high calibre employees who want to work flexibly, but still excel within a challenging and rewarding career.

“It is our people that make us different”, states Tina Freed, COO. “Without exception, all have had careers between 5-15 years in leading investment banks and asset managers. Our clients retain us because we offer them access to this pool of exceptional talent, who excel and exceed expectations, at a very competitive cost.”

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