Redfox & MDS Partner to Create Opportunities for MDS Graduates

Redfox and Management Development Services Ltd (MDS) have announced that they are partnering up in an initiative to assist recruit MDS Graduates into career enhancing roles with leading commercial businesses in the UK, the EU and Internationally.

MDS has long established itself as a leading training provider in the fresh food, produce, horticultural and agricultural industry. It has expanded steadily as companies seek to safeguard their future by attracting and providing training for the highest calibre of recruit. Today, MDS encompasses the whole supply chain of vegetables, salads, fruit, flowers, plants, arable and prepared food products – both UK and globally.

Graduates of the MDS Graduate Scheme will have all completed 4 secondments over 2 years within these types of businesses. They come away with the skillset to become good leaders, forward thinkers and proactive team players; proficient in key areas such as negotiation and problem solving, communication and leadership.

Redfox is a leading fresh food recruitment consultancy with a 20-year reputation of working with some of the leading businesses in the fresh sectors sourcing them key individuals to drive their businesses even further forward.

Christine Tacon CBE & Chair of MDS stated “It is imperative that the sector looks at the amazing individuals completing the MDS scheme who will be to their benefit. They have the potential to be future leaders for the sectors as has been proved numerous times before with previous MDS Graduates.”

Max MacGillivray, Director of Redfox stated “A number of our clients are ex-MDS and the difference that they have made to businesses throughout their career has been significant. Today there is a great opportunity for forward thinking companies to duplicate that success by taking on an MDS Graduate.”

MDS have a number of outstanding Graduates who will be available later this year.

To find out more, contact the Redfox team via email hello@redfoxexecutive.com or call +44 (0)1284 715055.

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