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How GoodSAM came out of nowhere to recruit 650,000 volunteers in the UK's fight against COVID-19

Business Insider Thursday, 26 March 2020 ()
How GoodSAM came out of nowhere to recruit 650,000 volunteers in the UK's fight against COVID-19· GoodSAM has been contracted by the UK government to recruit thousands of volunteers to help tackle COVID-19.
· The firm, which has eight full-time employees, was given the task of designing a new service to find volunteers in just three days.
· More than 650,000 people have registered as volunteers to perform essential...
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