With 14 years’ experience behind her, owning her own recruitment business was naturally the next step for Louise Antolic in her career and an opportunity to be a success, in her own right.
Louise launched Jark (Reading) Ltd in May 2017, a multi sector recruitment business which helps find temporary and permanent work for candidates and workers for clients.
Louise could break out on her own with confidence because she launched her recruitment business with the backing and support of The Recruit Venture Group; the UK’s largest venture partner of their kind.
Jark (Reading) Ltd quickly established a reputation as being one of the region’s go-to recruiters and Louise is delighted to be a success in her own right.
She said: “The Recruit Venture Group has given me the opportunity to own my recruitment business and become a success in my own right.
“I can continue to provide a first class service to our candidates and clients, my personal goals are now within reach and my business goals are firmly set in stone.
“My business, Jark Reading, retains a strong focus on the building of new business within the local Industrial and Driving market whilst continuing to provide a first-class recruitment service to local businesses and job-seekers across the region.
“The Recruit Venture Group’s model has given me the chance to do all this without risking any of my own money; it’s a no brainer for good recruiters looking to make a success of themselves.”
Louise benefits from The Recruit Venture Group’s market leading back-office support set-up which enables her to focus on growing her business.
She said: “With The Recruit Venture Group, accounts and finances are done, systems and technology is set-up, dealing with banks and cash-flow is taken care of and the support teams in HR, legal, accounts, payroll and IT are all in place in-house to back up our joint ventures partners.
“No other start-up model gives you the support you will get as a joint venture, regardless of your sector and industry you should be able to hit the ground running.”