Tansel Omer, Founder and Director of The Talent Place joins Dan Cottrell in The Podcast Guys studio at Wimbletech Caterham to talk about his HR Recruitment, Leadership Development & coaching business that offers a range of talent related services for businesses that are focused on putting people first and attracting the best talent. Tansel has also recently founded a new innovative company called Presentus that aims to enhance the recruitment experience equally for both applicant and recruiter. In this episode he talks about his businesses, his dream, the kickstarter scheme and more.


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