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Let's Do The Right Thing

Rachel Forde & Marco Bertozzi

Season 5, Ep. 14

What's the collective noun for Consultants? A Pipeline? A Bandwidth? How about a Zoo? In July 23, with an array of agency expertise behind them, Rachel Forde and Marco Bertozzi became keepers of The Zoo, a Consultant Collective with a mission to connect experienced professionals with companies who need senior support. Less than a year in, and they already boast over 400 talented specimens, who are delivering projects for clients in a wide range of disciplines. This is a success story with growth at the heart of it, and agility and experience as it's themes. Presented by our very own Johnny Morris (ask your parents) Adam Hopkinson.

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