What does the future hold for you?

Where do you plan to be in two, five or even ten years’ time?

Are you planning to launch your own recruitment business?

If you a recruitment consultant, billing over £100,000 per year the answer to that question should be yes!

High performing recruiters, in temporary recruitment, are often leaving money on the table. Are you?

By launching your own business, you would be able to achieve more than you ever thought possible and everything you do and all the hours you put in are going to benefit you and your family.

Oh, it’s ambitious, this plan. Yet what is the point of dreaming about owning your own business if you are not dreaming big? What is the point of continuing to make the people above you more money than you are making for yourself?

Careers in recruitment promise you so much. A good wage, a nice car and monthly commission payments, but the greatest gift will never come from being just another employee in just another recruitment company.

You want the greatest of gifts? You can only achieve it by doing something brave, something people will admire you for in years to come. You can only experience that feeling in your own recruitment business, where you call the shots.

Not only will you have the ability to earn more than you ever thought possible, you will be the owner of the best recruitment business in the world – your own recruitment business. Many cast aside their desires to own their own business but don’t make that mistake. Be one of the many recruiters who have turned their back on being an employee and thrived as a recruitment entrepreneur.

With backing and support from The Recruit Venture Group, making that move it easier and more achievable than you think.With our no-risk, tried and test approach, we have helped over 65 recruiters to launch their own business and we want you to do the same. Your capital isn’t at risk and everything you need to succeed is handed to you on a plate. If you can see yourself being the owner of a successful and profitable recruitment business in just a few years then we can make it happen.


Want self-confidence to last a lifetime? Start a business

What gives confidence for life? A new recruitment video for the British Army has attempted to take on that question in this fast-paced world.

The advert centres on a British Army soldier, weary but determined, making his way through a barren landscape.

But he is soon set upon by a barrage of very modern distractions including social media influencer-types, worse-for-wear ‘friends’ urging him to party hard, or a new pair of trainers offering the promise of a better tomorrow.

The message is that all of these things won’t improve your sense of self worth in the long term. It is a timely bit of recruitment advertising too. As we embark on a new decade, many will be looking at how they can fundamentally change their lives for the better.

For recruiters, the promise of extra commission or a salary increase in 2020 will of course be welcome. But for those target chasers who always want more, how long will this satisfy them?

The Recruit Venture Group has now supported around 60 recruitment employees to become recruitment business owners, earning as much as their talents and drive will provide.

But aside from transforming their wealth, these recruiters have also gained new skills, new experiences and a sense of career satisfaction and self-confidence they never thought possible.

They’ve made a positive step to take control of their career, moved slightly out of their comfort zone, and grown hugely as a result.


For example, Marshall Rayner, who broke free from his old job and set up Top Team Personnel in 2014, said: “A salary and commission just doesn’t compare to the reward and satisfaction of building a business that is supporting me and my family.

“The best years of your life are spent at work, so why not use them to build your own future, rather than someone else’s?”


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And Scott Saunders, who set up SaVi Recruitment in 2018, said: “I have moulded the business in my vision, and the satisfaction you get from that when clients and candidates respond positively is indescribable. It is off the scale. 

“I think the biggest fear should be the regret of never trying. It is truly life changing.”


The Recruit Venture Group gives the platform for people like Marshall and Scott to start and grow businesses with no limits to growth.

From first enquiry, the process is made clear and simple. The unique joint venture model sees all of the finance provided, risk free. The new business is established legally, office premises found, staff recruited and systems put in place.

The business plan is fine-tuned and the branding and website polished.

From day one of trading a tailored back office function is in place, catering for everything a recruitment business needs to thrive, including accounts, payroll, credit control, HR, IT and marketing.

Mentoring and support is available at every stage of growth, meaning all the new business owner has to do is focus on their main strength – recruiting.

Paul Mizen, Managing Director of The Recruit Venture Group, said: “Any recruiter with the necessary drive and ambition can make this work. The rewards can be spectacular.

“But you also see people grow as business leaders. They become more impressive individuals, they can take more on, they become more confident and they generally find out what their potential really is.

“As we all make plans for 2020 and beyond, starting a recruitment business offers a phenomenal opportunity to change lives.”

Why starting a business is your most achievable New Year’s Resolution

Whether it’s a full manifesto for a better you or just a few tweaks to daily life, fewer than a quarter of Brits manage to keep all of their New Year’s Resolutions.

New figures by market researchers YouGov also show more than a quarter kept precisely zero of their 2019 promises.

Recruiters will also be looking at improved professional lives — how they can be better at their jobs, or how they’ll achieve that promotion or bumper commission.

Many will have also thought about starting their own business. Maybe 2017, 2018 or 2019 was going to be the year they broke free. Now, maybe 2020 and a new decade?

But starting a business need not be another New Year’s promise broken.There’s always an excuse not to go to the gym, a reason to drink that bottle of wine or to make another Deliveroo order.

But unlike New Year’s Resolutions, at The Recruit Venture Group, we don’t set you up for failure.

Through a joint venture model, totally unique to the marketplace, The Recruit Venture Group removes those common barriers to launching a recruitment enterprise. We have already helped 60 recruiters establish their own thriving businesses and we’re helping more in 2020. You can be one of them.