PINNACLE CONSULTINGRecruitment for the Building Products sector
Employer Construction Industry Sales and Marketing Training Services
We can provide our clients with exclusive access to discounted open and onsite training courses, webinars and online training, as well as research, reports, and employee mentoring.

Company Training and Development

Our aim is to offer clients more than just traditional recruitment services, by ensuring existing employees are fulfilling their potential, or that companies are best positioned to grow as a company. 

We are always available to offer specialist advice, training and guidance even when you are not in recruiting mode.

We can help you identify training requirements for your sales and marketing teams to enhance their understanding of the complexities of the building products and construction market. This helps you to retain employees and maximise their potential.

Our training services also provide you with a vital resource when deciding to change the structure or approach of your sales and marketing teams, providing you with current thinking, practical knowledge, and experience, as well as expert advice to ensure you succeed during change management.

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