Check out the below video on how to search Companies in Firefish, or run through our written guide underneath!



You can quickly access a company record using the Company Name, Reference Number or Keywords (matches the Description field and Action Notes).

By default, Firefish will search for Live records, but you can change the Status to search for Archived or All records to suit your needs.

The Keyword search will allow you to enter a search up to 2000 characters long.

You can also widen your search using the tick boxes to Include Associated Companies and / or Include Archived.

An associated company could be a parent company, or several child companies associated under a parent company. Read more about how to associated companies here.

The advanced search lets you search and segment your customers by their Profile Details, Sales Details, or Hiring Preferences.

The Distance From and Location fields are based on the office location details entered on the company Profile tab. The Location Areas under Hiring Preferences will match the preferences entered on the company Hiring Preferences tab.

Search Results

After you run the search, you can sort the results by clicking on the column header to order alphabetically. You can also use the cog button on the right to choose the data you’d like to view.

If you’d like to see the contacts working at a company, select the company (or companies) then press Get Contacts.

You can select up to 450 records per page, and can use any of the contact actions, e.g., Send CV.

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