7 Lives is a Portuguese consulting firm specialised in IT Recruitment & Selection that works across the globe.
Reach Global Talent
There are many professionals willing to relocate for the right job opportunity. 7 Lives has an extensive network of candidates and works with no geographical barriers. This allow us to target the best talent across the world.
WHY NOT PORTUGUESE TALENT?
Many of our clients choose to hire Portuguese talent
Portuguese universities are highly rated, and many well-trained professionals are willing to move abroad for work.
Founder & Head of Human Resources
Founder & Head of Sales and Business Development
The fast pace of today's markets requires companies to constantly adapt, develop and renew themselves. In order to take or maintain a leading position, businesses are often reborn passing through various phases of learning and evolution.
The name 7 Lives emerged from the idea of seeing companies as being like cats. As with these animals, organizations have several lives. Our purpose is to reinvigorate the organizations we work with by giving them life through the provision of the best talent.
We believe that companies are reborn with the best people on their side.
7 Lives has 7 key cat personality traits.
7 lives isn’t afraid of heights. The size of the goal or the difficulty of the challenge doesn't matter. We are resistant to falls and persistent in our goals.
People are, truly, our best friends. We work ethically, understanding and valuing the individuality of each person.
We don’t rest until we find the job that changes the lives of our candidates and the candidates that can change the life of the company. We always work with speed and efficiency.
We work for you and with you. Our job is not just to find a new member for your team. We help to solve any difficulties that may arise later by offering long-term support.
Shrewd evaluation of the candidate and comprehension of the clients requirements.
Adapting to the needs of the client.
Always learning, evolving and growing with experience. Curiosity didn't kill the cat, it made him wiser.