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Drummond Read Recruitment & Art//Work Recruitment Announce Merger

Posted by Nina Langford in News · July 2016

Drummond Read Recruitment and Art//Work Recruitment, two of the most respected talent agencies in the global art market, have announced today that they are merging to create a new recruitment company – D.R.A.W Recruitment. The new company, based in London, will continue to focus on recruiting exceptional talent for the fine art, auction and luxury markets worldwide.

With over 20 years’ combined experience, the Directors of D.R.A.W Recruitment, Julia Henderson and Nina Langford, have a thorough understanding of the art, auction and luxury sectors both in the UK and internationally, They will bring together their combined database of over 10,000 candidates from the previous businesses, making them the foremost recruitment specialists across the art world.

Julia brings with her a wealth of experience, particularly in the auction houses (both London and regional), dealerships and luxury markets, whilst Nina’s focus and expertise lies in the contemporary side, where she worked in various galleries before setting up a recruitment business in 2010.

Nina Langford, Co-Director of D.R.A.W Recruitment, commented on the merger, saying: ‘This is a hugely exciting next step for our businesses and we are confident that our combined resources and expertise will enable us to provide a superior service to both our clients and candidates.’

Colin Read (FRICS), previously a Director of Drummond Read Recruitment will be joining this new venture as an Advisor, bringing with him years of experience and contacts within the regional auction houses and dealerships

Notes from DRAW · 07.07.2016

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