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Reach Resourcing & EDIT Recruitment Become Gold Partners at Hull City

2 September 2021

Hull City are pleased to announce that Reach Resourcing and EDIT Recruitment have become Gold Partners of the Club.

By becoming Gold Partners, Reach Resourcing and EDIT Recruitment will receive a host of benefits, including LED advertising, match-day hospitality and branding on the big screen in the MKM Stadium.

Reach Resourcing offer a professional and personal take on recruitment. Their dedicated and experienced consultants work in partnership with candidates and clients to ensure the best possible productivity. The best companies have the best people. Their custom-built software and bespoke training platform ensure their candidates are at the forefront of the job market, be that for a short-term placement or a key strategic role.

With years of experience within the digital & tech industry, EDIT Recruitment has built a team of experts who have a passion for enriching technical workforces around the UK, utilising expertise across a plethora of roles.

Phil Dayes, Commercial Sales Manager at Hull City, is excited to be working with the Yorkshire-based companies.

“We’re delighted that Reach Resourcing and EDIT Recruitment have become Gold Partners at Hull City. It is great to have local businesses beinginvolved with the football club and we’re looking forward to working with them over the coming months.”

Nathan McDonald, Managing Director at EDIT Recruitment said:

“I’m overjoyed that both Reach Resourcing and EDIT Recruitment are sponsoring Hull City for the upcoming season in the Sky Bet Championship. It really is an opportunity to get our brand out there on the largest platform in the city, whilst increasing awareness of how we can assist in the growth of companies throughout the UK.”

- For more about Reach Resourcing, visit 

- To learn about EDIT Recruitment, please

Reach Resourcing and EDIT Recruitment are sponsoring Richie Smallwood for the 2021/22 season.

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