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Dammrich, Hopkinson Partner With Marine Resources Recruitment

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Industry veterans Thom Dammrich and Nick Hopkinson are partnering with Marine Resources Recruitment to form an executive headhunting service.

Dammrich is past president of the National Marine Manufacturers Association, and Hopkinson is the former editor and owner of International Boat Industry magazine. The partnership will aid clients with C-suite and D-suite personnel placements globally, Marine Resources Recruitment said in a statement yesterday.

“We have invested more in resources, time and people on an ongoing basis,” said James Ward, CEO and founder of Marine Resources Recruitment. “Joining forces with Nick and Thom, alongside Oli Wells, our head of executive search for Marine Resources, will strengthen our recruitment services and ensure the recruitment jigsaw is confidently put together.”

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