Eden Scott Aberdeen celebrate with ten for ten

L-R (top row) – Adam Emery, Matthew Duncan, Katrin Shearer, Nicky Johnston L-R (bottom row) – Lucy Nicoll, Alexa Reilly, Cassidy Will.

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Eden Scott’s Aberdeen business is celebrating ten years of operating in the North East by setting themselves ten challenges across the next 12 months to raise a significant amount of money for charity.

The team of recruitment specialists have all chosen activities important to them that they hope will help the local community to which they have become an integral part over the last decade.

The challenges range from a charity music gig and scaling five Munros in one day to a beach clean-up to completing 72 holes of golf in one day. The events will take place over the next year in celebration of the team reaching such an important milestone in the city.   

Eden Scott Aberdeen began operating in the North East in the summer of 2009 and has enjoyed fantastic success working with many of Aberdeen’s most important employers to ensure they have the very best talent available.

Recruiting across a range of sectors has enabled Eden Scott Aberdeen to continue supporting the local community during the downturn and positioned them well to work with the exciting and emerging talent that is reinvigorating the city. The business’s TalentSpark operation, which supports early stage business with their recruitment, is also now working with some of the start-ups in the city through accelerators, such as the OGTC, which are changing the face of the economy in the city.    

“We are passionate about Aberdeen. Over the past ten years the business and the people we have worked with have really supported us and we want to spend the next year giving back to our community. The challenges and activities we have set will be great fun to take part in and will hopefully inspire people to support the charities we have chosen. We are really looking forward to this year and the next ten years here in Aberdeen.” said Lucy Nicoll, Associate Director, Eden Scott.


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