I never want to waste a candidate’s time by sending an impersonal e-mail that says I haven’t done my research. I realise this message may come across a litte cheeky, but I've found your professional experience impressive and potentially in line with what we're after at the moment - that's why I decided to contact you.
I work for Skelia Poland and we are currently looking for a Senior iOS Developer to join our office in Kraków. In this role you’d be working for one of our clients on a large application that is used by thousands of people on daily basis. Perhaps you’d be interested to read in more detail about the opportunity – here’s the link: [url removed, login to view] Nonetheless, an ad will never fully reflect the nature of the role, so I’d be happy to tell you more about it in person.
I do realize this may be a long shot, since you may not be actively looking for new opportunities at the moment or willing to take up employment in Kraków. Even if that is the case, more than anything, I am interested in long-term relationships with talented candidates and I'm always happy to have an informal and confidential chat to tell you more about Skelia, learn about your personal goals and objectives and see if we can work together - now or in the future. Please, let me know if you'd be open to that or if you have any questions. Feel free to drop me an e-mail at: [url removed, login to view]@[url removed, login to view]