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Harnham Launch New Berlin Office


Harnham, the global leaders in Data & Analytics Recruitment, have launched a new Berlin office as they continue to expand in Europe.

In addition to their Wimbledon, New York and San Francisco locations, the new Berlin office will solidify Harnham’s on-the-ground presence in the German capital and provide further opportunities for businesses in this rapidly-growing market.

The new office will be run by Senior Manager Peter Schroeter, under the guidance of Harnham’s Director of Europe, Alex Hutchings. Hutchings comments:

“Our move to central Berlin highlights Harnham’s investment in this high-growth market. With an ever growing client base in this area, our new location will allow us to grow our team of specialist consultants and support a wider-range of enterprises. Plus, our striking new events space will allow us to continue our tradition of holding industry meet-ups and cement our status as a hub for German Data & Analytics talent.”

Alongside their new Berlin location, Harnham have also opened a second office in Wimbledon to accommodate their expanding operations and UK sales teams.

Harnham were founded in 2006 and now employ 130 people across five offices globally.


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