I’ve been off grid for a week…and saw this story today in the news - interesting stuff: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2018/03/29/huel-food-future-making14m-year/
Classic media though. “Making £14m a year” implies net profit when the article says further on that is revenue.
Oh yes, I am aware of that…turnover and profit are totally different things.
I never questioned your understanding of the stated financials
“Hearn says its team of 38 people, most of whom are based at its headquarters in Aylesbury, where Hearn lives, will likely double by the end of the year…”
Would love a job with Huel. Any chance there’s customer service roles on the horizon for folks who sadly don’t have a degree in marketing and communications? @Julian
Currently on the ol’ job-hunt, so I thought I’d cheekily ask
They have a post free but do ask for a relevent degree but in my experience if you can demonstrate you can do the job often that is enough.
Thanks for that @Coup
Truthfully, it’s probably unrealistic as I live in Wales. Although I wouldn’t hesitate in relocating to be honest. A man can dream
I just spent a week in North Wales…that’s enough
Could have been worse, could have been South Wales
Haha - true.
Actually I don’t mind either really…there are good places in both.
All our current vacancies are here: https://uk.huel.com/blogs/careers
However, we are always on the look out for the great talent so if there isn’t a suitable role current advertised send your CV, covering letter, degree grades (if you have one) and anything else that will make you stand out to email@example.com. Extra effort and personal touches will be looked upon favourably. And I will keep your details on record.