maximus

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I am Max, a Human Resources director at a headhunting company based in the SF bay. I'm offering you my services relating to posting online, mostly on Linkedin, in order to be pitching companies of any sort in the area.

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  • Head Hunter in SF bay will post for you on LinkedIn

    I am Max, a Human Resources director at a headhunting company based in the San Francisco bay. I'm offering you my services relating to posting online, mostly on Linkedin, in order to be pitching compa...

  • Recognized HR director to write high quality LinkedIn article about you

    I am Max, a Human Resources director at a headhunting company based in the San Francisco bay. I'm offering you my services relating to posting online, mostly on Linkedin, in order to be pitching compa...

  • Promoting your Application to VCs and other business areas in SF, CA.

    I am a business executive in the area of SF. If you check out my other frens, you will see that my influencer in San Francisco can get your business a long way. Apps are no exception. Send me an ord...

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