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Group CEO, Logan Naidu discusses with Co-Founder of Literacy Capital, Paul Pindar about the factors needed to make a recruitment business attractive to an investor.

Paul Pindar co-founded Literacy Capital, a closed-end investment company in 2017. Prior to that, he was a founder of Capita and CEO until his retirement in 2014. Since then has been a Chairman and investor in a number of businesses across the U.K..

In this episode,  Paul Pindar speaks to Kernel Group CEO, Logan Naidu, giving his insights and the factors needed to make a recruitment business attractive to an investor.

 

 

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