Five Ways to Engage with B2E


From email, to social media sites like Twitter, there are plenty of options for consultants looking to stay up to date with B2E. To help you pick the channels that suit you best, here’s an overview of what we post, and where. Make sure you never miss a B2E role alert, blog, or industry event again!

1. Email
Email is the original; it’s the ‘traditional’ way most people hear about our roles. When you sign up to B2E, we add you to our mailing list sending out role alerts that are relevant to you. They’re based on what you’ve told us you are interested in, and we ensure a high level match of your CV to the skills asked for by the client.

We tailor our email messaging. So, for example, we’ll only send out roles within your target day rate and in the locations you are interested in working in. These role alerts are controlled and influenced by you. You can set your profile so that we only email you when you are actively looking for a role.

Join our email list below, update your details, and sit back and wait for specific, relevant role alerts delivered straight to your inbox!

Click here to receive relevant job alerts via email from B2E!

2. LinkedIn
LinkedIn is a firm favourite of professional consultants. It’s where we network online! Whether or not you are signed up to our email role alerts, you can keep up to date with B2E, by following our company LinkedIn page.

Receive B2E updates directly to your homepage on LinkedIn and enjoy our blog posts and job alerts as and when we post them. Following us on LinkedIn is probably the best option for anyone currently in a role. You can stay in touch with us without committing to email updates.

It’s also a good backup option. We know that sometimes our role alerts can end up in your spam folder, so by following us on LinkedIn, you can make sure that you never miss an opportunity.

Click here to follow us on LinkedIn.

3. Twitter
Twitter divides us here at B2E. For some of us it’s a valuable resource and a great way to stay up to date with industry content. For others, it’s more of a chore. But we all agree that it has tremendous potential for anyone looking to stay up to date with B2E job roles and news.

On Twitter, we share out job roles, blog articles, event invitations and news, alongside relevant curated content from our industry. Our Twitter feed is a hub; a source of roles and content that we know our community of interim consultants will love.

Twitter and LinkedIn are also a great ways to interact with us, whereas our email alerts are much more of a one way stream.

Click here to follow us on Twitter.

4. Blog
Of course, there’s our blog, too. This is more specific than our other channels, but if you join us here, you can expect several great blogs every month alongside updates on upcoming B2E events. If you’re reading this article, well, you’ve found our blog so stop off for a while. Look around, read some of our older articles, and get a feel for the sort of content we create.

Some of the articles we’ve written recently cover CV writing tips for interim consultants, what to wear to ace a job interview, and thoughts on the upcoming UK election and the effect it will have on consultants.

Save this link for future visits, or bookmark us.

5. Face to face or via telephone
Although we love connecting via digital channels, more than anything, we like to meet you face to face. So, come to one of our training courses, workshops or networking events and say hello! There’s also the telephone, too. If you’d like to call us, we have a dedicated support line. Give us a call, talk to Hugh, and find out how we can help you!

You can reach Hugh on his mobile at 07917 322 808

There you go! There are plenty of ways to keep in touch with B2E. We’d recommend joining our email community first as we can then tailor the messages we send you, but of course, our social channels are always open, we look forward to hearing from you!

About the author, Maninder Murfin

Maninder spent 9 years at Accenture in the Financial Services practice as a business and HR Transformation consultant, working on large programmes to deliver improved business performance.