Recruitment Entrepreneur
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  • We have gone from the low key manicured streets of Chelsea, to the fast-paced whirl of suits and heels in the heart of the City at our new offices in Bank.

Recruitment Entrepreneur
Recruitment Entrepreneur
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  • Entering the fast-paced, exciting environment of the recruitment world is the perfect start for those of us who are driven and willing to put in the graft. Since Chloe Gadd and I joined a month ago, we’ve learnt so much. We know there’s still plenty more to know but we’re prepared for the challenging ride ahead and have managed to hit the ground running.

Recruitment Entrepreneur
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  • I already knew recruitment was a tough job. Paying rent on a London flat I never saw, earning £18,000/year, the once eagerly promised commission still far from reach. These were tough times. I learnt why recruitment companies value resilience so highly, I saw 11 graduates come and go in my first year, in an office of eight. It’s not for everyone.

Recruitment Entrepreneur
Recruitment Entrepreneur
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  • It’s Halloween Eve in the Recruitment Entrepreneur hub and no doubt later we’ll head to the pub! Whilst ghosts and goblins are yet to be seen, one hundred recruitment consultants might make you scream.

Recruitment Entrepreneur
Recruitment Entrepreneur
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  • Although we were delivering huge profits to our bosses, we weren’t really being valued for our contribution or being offered any further opportunity for progression. We could stay put and carry on ad infinitum or we could realise the dream of having our own agency.

Recruitment Entrepreneur
Recruitment Entrepreneur
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  • After travelling South America for three months, I came to the sad conclusion that I was no longer at university and thus had no purpose in life. For approximately one week, this was delightful. The next week I was back at my google search, this time I stumbled across recruitment. I really liked the sound of being paid for how hard I worked and I liked that the work was based on building relations...

Recruitment Entrepreneur
Recruitment Entrepreneur
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  • Several months ago, I had no idea the world of recruitment existed let alone that I would become part of it. I am just a simple guy from Wales who gets on with things, never did I dream that I would be writing this sat at my desk in London as a technical support and web development executive.

Recruitment Entrepreneur
Recruitment Entrepreneur
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  • For Miranda Hilton, CEO of Group8, the synergies in thinking made the partnership appealing: “The legal industry is going through a fundamental shift and law firms are being asked to deliver ‘more for less’ against the landscape of an increasingly digital and procurement-driven world. Many of our clients are having to rethink their business models”.

Recruitment Entrepreneur
Recruitment Entrepreneur
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  • I would like to think that even though I am not a teacher I can still leave a long lasting and positive impression on my clients and candidates. As recruiters, and as human beings, we all want to be remembered.

Recruitment Entrepreneur
Recruitment Entrepreneur
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  • Contrary to common belief, recruiters aren’t all money-grabbing sharks in a three-piece blue suit and pointy brown shoes. They have the hard task of going out to market to source a job to fill, finding a candidate suitable for the position, making sure interviews go ahead, negotiating a desirable offer for the candidate, getting them to accept and, in some cases this can be the hardest part - ensu...

Recruitment Entrepreneur
Recruitment Entrepreneur
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  • We have all been there. You forget your wallet, get stuck in traffic, spill your coffee all over yourself, get an unpleasant email from your boss or a client first thing… the list goes on. It is all too easy to let things compound, throw a pity party for one and write the day off before it has barely begun.

Recruitment Entrepreneur
Recruitment Entrepreneur
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  • A quick glance at pretty much any Business section confirms it: millennials have a terrible workplace reputation. Received wisdom holds […]

Recruitment Entrepreneur
Recruitment Entrepreneur
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  • It’s often mooted that a company only needs one CEO. Someone at the top who makes all the decisions, good or bad, and sticks to them. He or she has complete control and the buck stops there. The commander-in-chief, the standard bearer, the sole protagonist.

Recruitment Entrepreneur
Recruitment Entrepreneur
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Growing Space

  • One of the most important things to look for, in any stage of your career, are opportunities for progression. Whether this is your first job or you have decades of experience, you need space to grow.

Recruitment Entrepreneur
Recruitment Entrepreneur
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  • Building a startup takes determination, dedication and time. Andrew Welsh started Meraki Talent two years ago, in January 2015. Since then his company has expanded from a one man team to a twenty person business with offices in Edinburgh and Glasgow.

Recruitment Entrepreneur
Recruitment Entrepreneur
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Recruitment Entrepreneur
Recruitment Entrepreneur
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  • Seven years ago, Grant Kaveney made the decision to embark on a recruitment journey setting up his business from his kitchen table to specialise in estate agency property recruitment across London. Seven years later and a little greyer, working from an open plan office in Chelsea, Grant heads a team of 16 which has recently been recognised as one of The Best Property Recruiters in the area in 2016...

Recruitment Entrepreneur
Recruitment Entrepreneur
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Recruitment Entrepreneur
Recruitment Entrepreneur
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  • Two years ago we launched Beeken Reeves. We knew why we wanted to set up our own recruitment consultancy, we knew what we wanted to achieve, we had a plan in place and, rather naively, we felt that we were aware of everything that might go wrong. Growing a start-up is rewarding, enjoyable, exciting and fulfilling.

Recruitment Entrepreneur
Recruitment Entrepreneur
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  • The emblem of the sales industry, for me, has always been David Brent, in the mournful third series of The Office. Sacked and in constant disgrace, Brent is now selling cleaning products out of his car boot. We see him, haggard and paunchy, eulogising a dish cloth to a bewildered caretaker. “Because of the texture and quality of the shammy,” he exclaims, scrubbing at an invisible stain on a wall, ...

Recruitment Entrepreneur
Recruitment Entrepreneur
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  • Recruiters, as we all know, tend to have a bad rep. We are bunched together with politicians, traffic wardens, and estate agents as being the most unpopular of professionals. But where does this lack of respect come from? And is it justified?

Recruitment Entrepreneur
Recruitment Entrepreneur
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  • Multitasking is one of the hardest skills to master and yet it’s almost imperative. It’s not strange that multitasking initially referred to a computer's ability to perform several tasks at the same time. Nowadays we expect similar levels of efficiency in ourselves. Is that really possible?

Recruitment Entrepreneur
Recruitment Entrepreneur
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  • You have the ability to make somebody’s dream job become reality, help companies build great teams, and learn from different people in all corners of the world. I’ve worked in recruitment for three years and no one day has been the same.

Recruitment Entrepreneur
Recruitment Entrepreneur
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  • As the summer sun beat down upon King George's Park, the Shufflers prepared themselves for a late kick off at 8:20pm. Though weary from a long day’s hard work, the Shufflers remained resilient; an admirable effort by the squad considering the number of players that were unable to take part: Venatrix still on tour in Boston, the Beeken Reeves gents and GKR members notably missed as well.

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