Talking Partners: A New Kind of Buddy Scheme – Henry Searle and Tarun Gidoomal
Talking Partners is a new kind of buddy scheme, supporting a co-worker to be the best they can be. Find out more in this two minute video.
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Henry Searle is Co-Head of Next Jump’s UK Office. He joined as a software engineering intern in 2011 and joined full time in 2012. Since 2014 he has lead the UK engineering team and has overseen product developments which have driven record revenue growth in the UK. You can follow him on Twitter @henrysearle.
Tarun Gidoomal currently serves as the Co-Head of Next Jump’s UK office. Having joined Next Jump in 2011, Tarun has helped quadruple the business in under 4 years as they expand globally. He frequently speaks on leadership and corporate culture. Tarun is a member of the Virgin Unite’s People Innovation Network – a community of 30 businesses brought together by Richard Branson and Arianna Huffington, all of whom are passionate about re-defining work to help people thrive. You can follow him on Twitter @tarungidoomal.
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