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Florence Crabtree

Principal Consultant

0203 004 7598
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With three years of recruitment experience, I work in their Financial Services team at 3Search, specialising in recruiting marketing, digital marketing and communications roles predominantly across businesses within Investment, Wealth and Asset Management.

I work with some fantastic businesses who are doing really interesting things in this space, some more traditional and some that are changing the dynamic of the Financial Services sector.


I always get to know you before we work together. I believe that putting time and effort into the early stages of a recruitment process is essential for understanding what you want and how I can help you to achieve your goals so if you’d be interested in discussing further, please get in touch and we can set up a coffee or a glass of wine!

Marketing, Digital
Financial Services

My jobs

Salary: £40,000 - £45,000
Location: London
Sector: HealthTech
Salary: £75,000 - £80,000
Location: London
Sector: Financial Services
Salary: £80,000 - £100,000
Location: City of London
Sector: Financial Services

My Blogs

Last year marked the anniversary of the 2008 financial crisis. Ten years on, trust amongst banks is still an ‘elephant in the room’, so to speak. While 55% of Britons still believe financial services firms are competent in their abilities, almost just as many are dubious about their motives.
95 per cent of all presentations suck. That’s according to Guy Kawasaki, possibly one of Silicon Valley’s best known marketing experts. Presentations are, he says, too long, too boring and too cluttered. The result? They are totally ineffective.