Taylor Steele: Recruitment for Growth

Taylor Steele is a Yorkshire based consultancy who offer client’s a range of innovative recruitment and business growth solutions.

Formed in 2012, Taylor Steele is part of the Millgate Group of Companies who have been offering a range of business services for almost twenty years.

Since conception in 1996 Millgate has had numerous dealings with recruitment companies. The idea behind the Taylor Steele brand was to improve upon these interactions and give clients the support Millgate sought but couldn’t acquire during periods of growth.

We offer a range of solutions to help our clients; identify, attract, select and retain the very best Sales and Technical talent.

As a consultancy we manage recruitment campaigns for some of the world’s leading brands, private equity backed investments and SME’s around the UK in the following market sectors:

- IT & Communications
- Energy & Power
- Food & Beverage
- Manufacturing & Construction

In addition to recruiting Sales and Technical experts the Taylor Steele offering extends to management consultancy on the peripheral factors affecting a company’s growth.

The Taylor Steele Performance service can support growing companies with everything from change management and board reshuffles to procurement and financing; all factors not normally addressed by a recruitment partner.

So, if you are a sales and technical professional considering your next career move or a company looking at how you improve efficiency we would love to hear from you.




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