Northwest: Aiming High
Many in Manchester's middle tier are banking on their bigger rivals' minds being focused elsewhere when the corporate market recovers. They may be disappointed, writes Derek Bedlow
Manchester’s ‘middle tier’ firms believe they are on a roll. While the corporate departments of the national firms have been reeling from the dearth of big ticket corporate work in the early part of this decade, many of their counterparts from the strata below have been taking the opportunity of the consequent slack in the recruitment market to make strides up the legal food chain.
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