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Jorgen Sundberg

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Jorgen Sundberg

Writes on: talent acquisition

Jorgen is the founder of Link Humans, a social media agency based in London and Paris. He helps organisations across the world with social media strategy, education and execution.

He is a prolific social networker and blogger; he started the Undercover Recruiter blog in 2009 and it’s now the #1 career blog in Europe. Jorgen is a founding partner of Social Media London, the UK’s largest social media community.

Previously the European Sales Director at a technology recruitment company, Jorgen helped achieve a turnover growth from £2 million to £55 million, increased the headcount from 20 to 104 employees, won the Virgin Fast Track award three years in a row and secured a private equity buy-out worth £16 million.

A regular speaker at business schools such as INSEAD and London Business School, Jorgen has been interviewed and quoted in The Times, The Guardian and The Australian.

  • Notable clients include: KPMG, Intel, Adecco Group, Orange and Ferrero
  • Notable partners include: LinkedIn, Salesforce and HootSuite.

 

 

Articles by Jorgen Sundberg:

Social Media From The Top: Influential CEO Leadership

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How to Use Social Media to Attract and Recruit Talent

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