Nexus Search

The judges said: “We loved these guys, and what they achieved launching in a pandemic is truly amazing.”

What impressed the judges most was that such a new agency was making a name for themselves in sectors like automotive and FMCG [fast-moving consumer goods] “where competition must be fierce – and indeed sectors which are themselves facing major challenges”.

Also, the judges praised:

  • Their ability to meet extremely tight and detailed briefs is laudable
  • Great ethos and culture
  • Their ability to develop different working models and ideas for delivery
  •  Their set-up of their own company training academy

“It’s easy to say you want to redefine leadership recruitment but these people really are,” the judges enthused, “and they are already doing it on an international stage.”

An acknowledged thought-leader, particularly in the technology recruitment and recruitment technology spaces, Hung Lee has done it all during his roughly 20-year career in the industry and profession. He’s been a resourcer and a recruitment consultant, worked business development and all other aspects – except coding, as he likes to point out – of his own tech job matching company – as well as providing consultancy services to help other recruitment-related businesses develop long-term, sustainable internal recruiting capacity for tech start-ups. At the moment, he’s curating a weekly industry newsletter called Recruiting Brainfood. Lee’s mantra is “More signal, less noise”, a motto he’s carried with him throughout much of his career – clearly, the Recruiter Awards judges agree.