Hartford salesforce join Living Time

Pow, Helen
July 2009
Money Marketing;7/9/2009, p3
The article reports on the addition of 10 new staff to the salesforce of financial services provider Living Time Ltd. in Great Britain in 2009. The company expanded its workforce by adding 10 members in its call centers. The increase in the number of its staff is an initiative in positioning itself better in the market and attract more customers. It is also a response to the strong sales and demand from independent financial advisers (IFAs).


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