Just a few of the photos from our annual Christmas party including Curling, Table Top Golf and Karaoke.
Great Birmingham Run 2019 Tom & Ade run the half marathon to raise money for LoveBrum! On a cold, wet, but certainly not miserable Sunday in early October 2019, the reality of what they committed to back in April suddenly sunk in. After weeks of training, broken toes, sore knees, carb loading and gentle encouragement [...]
We have been shortlisted! Talent Hive have been shortlisted for this year's Birmingham Awards 2019 We were nominated for the Small Business of the Year. The criteria for this year's award is a business that employs between 1-25 people and demonstrates an all round excellence in business. The judging this year will focus on: The [...]
Talent Hive welcomes two new members of staff. Eleanor & Micaela We're extremely happy to introduce the two newest members of the team, Eleanor & Micaela. Eleanor grew up in Anglesey and joins us with over 10 years in the hospitality industry, working her way up the ladder from Brasserie Manager in her home town, [...]
We've joined the GBBC! Birmingham is booming. The city has the largest concentration of businesses outside of London and has welcomed a number of major investors including HSBC and Deutsche Bank, who have relocated their head offices to Birmingham. It is also the youngest city in Europe with under-25s accounting for nearly 40 per cent [...]
Our Office Manager has been researching our Birmingham office... Talent Hive moved into their current premises in 2018. The building is known locally as the Flaghouse, as it once housed a large ship's mast through the centre of the building (and through the roof) which was used as a flag pole. Unfortunately the top half [...]
Talenthive have partnered with LoveBrum to help Build a Better Birmingham What is LoveBrum? LoveBrum is a registered charity that supports hidden gem projects across Birmingham that are often volunteer led and that deliver real change, with outcomes that can be seen, measured, enjoyed, and loved. They support the ‘hard-to-reach’ projects; those causes that do not receive [...]