How was it for you?
Brexit Day may have been more political than practical, but coming at the start of a new decade, it reflects that new beginnings are in the air.
Successful recruiters who are ambitious to earn the kind of money that only comes with running their own agency will also be considering their future.
With clarity that Brexit is now happening, is it a good time to strike and start a recruitment business?
“Unquestionably, yes,” says Paul Mizen, Managing Director of The Recruit Venture Group.
“We’re going full throttle now to find recruiters who want to earn without limits. We have the finance and we offer a full package of support — we just need recruiters who have that passion to build a business that will set them up for life.
“More clarity on Brexit improves confidence and we are certainly seeing that in recruitment and in the wider economy. But whatever the future holds with Brexit, recruiters should look at the bigger picture. Do they want to join those we have already helped create and grow businesses worth millions?
“If the answer is yes, we can have their agency up and running before the summer — they just need to contact us.”
There has been encouraging news coming out of the economy since the turn of the new year.
The recent JobsOutlook report from the Recruitment and Employer Confederation (REC) said employer confidence in making hiring and investment decisions was on the up at the end of 2019. The report said demand for temporary and permanent workers was also increasing.
REC also said that even with a turbulent 2018/19, the UK recruitment industry hit £38.9 billion in turnover in the year to March 2019. £33.4 billion of this was for temporary and contract placements.
Furthermore, the Bank of England has also suggested the global economy is recovering and in January the UK Office for National Statistics (ONS) announced employment levels were at record highs.
The positive news backs up why The Recruit Venture Group is eager to make 2020 a big year for supporting recruiters into business ownership.
All of the finance needed for launch is offered, completely risk free. That means no dodgy debt, and no risking personal assets like a house or car, or losing all your life savings.
The Recruit Venture Group’s joint venture model is tried and tested over many years. Those interested are encouraged to speak to the 60 business leaders who have taken that step themselves and never looked back.
The Recruit Venture Group works hand-in-hand with each recruiter to establish and build the business they want. Their brand, their recruitment approach, their values and their business goals and targets.
Want to open five offices over five years? No problem. The Recruit Venture Group will support your business planning.
By offering all of the back office support a recruitment agency could need, each business hits the ground running. All of the accounts, payroll, IT, credit control, legal and marketing are dealt with. That means all of the focus can be on recruitment and driving revenues.