Pod Talent’s Bertin uses lessons learnt in new role

Alice Bertin

Building strong relationships with agencies has helped Danone to maximise added value from the agencies it has worked with.

This is according to Alice Bertin, who spent two decades at the French multinational food-products corporation, and who subsequently moved to one of Danone’s partner agencies – Pod Talent – as its head of talent.

Bertin told Recruiter that in 2007 the company conducted research into its target market of candidates, and found that often this group was...

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