Our latest Blog & Newsletter !
No doubt, you are all working hard at either entertaining your guests or getting the boat prepared for their arrival.
We just want to say that it is business as usual at Abacus & March.
Terry and I have been working between home and the agency due to Covid-19 and taking the necessary precautions to stay healthy. We are always available for interviews and to offer some CV or career advice.
To update you that Sara Mayo has joined our team. Her role is reference verification, registrations and social media updates. Feel free to drop Sara (email@example.com) an email to introduce yourself should you have any registration questions.
Our mission is to connect with as many professional yacht crew out there and to fill our job list with some wonderful opportunities.
Furthermore, if you require some onboard, online or in-house interior training – Lucy Hogan (firstname.lastname@example.org) is available to discuss which training course is best suited to you at this stage of your career.
Stay upbeat and stay healthy!
All the best,
Terry, Mandy and Sara
We have reached a bumpy road with the Covid 19 virus but one needs to focus on the next phase and work through this challenge. Yes! Life is full of challenges and part of your skill set is your resilient personality.Abacus & March and Interior Training Academy (ITA) are working from home, available for WhatsApp […]
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