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Lezly D’Limi

Lezly D’Limi is the Founding Director of recruitment company, Talentko. With over a decade’s experience in recruitment, Lezly’s expertise encompasses employment, workforce mobility, agility, people and performance, and leading in high performance environments. Lezly holds the global record for revenue with Hays Recruitment – a position she maintained for four years running. Lezly built Talentko from the ground up, with an aim to build a brand and reputation that puts people first. Talentko is a company built on contagious values that provide the foundation for growth and success

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