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Andrew Larholt

CEO

Andrew Larholt founded Montash, a multi-award winning global technology recruitment business in 2004 following a successful start to his recruitment career in a much larger firm. He is passionate about hiring, developing and retaining the best people and is committed to making Montash an employer of choice. Nurturing and supporting talented people by giving them room to grow within Montash has resulted in Montash’s own growth and will continue to be a large part of its future growth

Andy is a well-respected figure within the IT industry, having spent over 16 years building his network and reputation. As well as his interests in Montash Andy holds an active interest in a number of other technology related companies.

Aside from his business engagements Andy is actively involved in a number of Charities and is particularly passionate about giving opportunities to people of less fortunate backgrounds.

His spare time is devoted to his young family, whilst enjoying participating in squash matches, working on his golf swing and racing his Caterham.

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In Her Shoes... From Market Stall to Recruitment

2017-08-14 14:00:00 +0100

From the melee of the market stall to placing candidates in high-flying IT roles, life's always on the up from market-trader-turned-recruiter, Lois Hinken (22). She took the time to talk to us about how her experience in the cut throat world of the market has helped her in the world of global talent acquisition. As a 360 recruitment consultant for Montash, her negotiation skills and "go get it" attitude have helped her thrive. "I started working on the ...

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Will AI Cost Us Our Humanity?

2017-08-07 15:00:00 +0100

As technology evolves, artificial intelligence is becoming increasingly mainstream, and it will inevitably start to impact the way we interact. On the one hand, AI has the potential to solve a variety of problems and streamline our lives and our work. But will this come at the cost of the all-important human touch? A foreshadowing statistic claims that by 2020, 85% of client interactions will be managed without a human[1]. But can there really be an alg...