What is your 100% Satisfaction Guarantee?

Our CV Writers are highly capable when it comes to knowing what a great CV should look like. It is for this reason that should you be un-happy with your CV we will first explain why your CV has been designed and written the way it has been. Should you remain un-happy with your CV then we will listen to you and make the any adjustments necessary, providing you inform us within 7 days of receiving your completed order.

Blog

Have a read through our blog articles here:

Writing a sales CV

25 March 2014 - If you want a job in sales, there are certain things you can do with your CV to make sure that you have a professional CV, and that it stands out from the crowd.

Read more...

A great guide to a great interview

15 March 2014 - You've used a CV writing service, and now have a professional CV. Your CV is now so impressive that you have an interview! Interviews can be scary things, particularly if you haven't done many of them. They don't have to be, though. There are several things that you can do to prepare for your interview that will help you to stand out among your fellow interviewees.

Read more...

The difference between a resume and a CV

25 February 2014 - Ever wondered why a British person applies with a CV and an American with a resume? In fact, there are a few differences between the two types of application documents. This article will answer your queries and tell you when it is appropriate to use a CV and when to use a resume.

Read more...

Should you pay someone to write your CV?

20 March 2014 - It is often difficult to make your CV stand out from the crowd. We discuss the pros and cons of hiring a professional CV writer and how this can have an impact on future employment opportunities. This step-by-step guide will allow you to catch the attention of hiring managers with your strong, professionally written CV.

Read more...

Competency-based interview questions – guide

20 February 2014 - Competency-based interview questions tend to vary widely between each sector and are used to determine and evaluate a candidate's competence. Competency-based interview questions are often used when it is difficult to select candidates on the basis of technical merit. An example of this would be selecting a candidate for a graduate scheme or job where relevant experience is less important, or not a requirement.

Read more...

Purple CV© 2014