Bridging the Gap with VMAGROUP

Bridging the Gap with VMAGROUP

Thinking about contracting but not sure where to start? Want to hire an interim into your team but unsure of the process? Bridging the Gap covers everything you need to know about the interim marketing and communications world. We speak to industry experts who share their interim career highs and lows, advice on becoming a contractor, hiring for your team, IR35 and more. Founded in 1978, VMAGROUP is a leading international interim and permanent recruitment and executive search specialist for communications, digital and marketing. Headquartered in London and with offices in Europe, we work with organisations internationally to find the best communications, digital and marketing talent. Show More


July 29, 2020 30 min

In our inaugural episode, Matt Gibbs, Managing Consultant of our interim communications team, speaks to Sarah Arthur about her move into interim, her favourite projects, and her career from her start at Virgin Media to her latest contract at Nespresso.

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