In the above newly released video interview, John Buckman talks about the increasingly successful Recruit Ventures business model. Explaining why he launched the brand John gives his views on starting up a recruitment consultancy, and how his company can help experienced professionals do it their way.
‘I am a joint venture myself’, he explains. ‘And having built a successful organisation, managed by a dedicated and talented team, I wanted to allow like-minded entrepreneurs the opportunity to create their own business and brand’.
This rare chance to see Buckman interviewed reveals his passion for the recruitment business and his desire to help others succeed.
‘When you start a recruitment agency of your own you need sound financial backing, a solid brand and perhaps most importantly road tested and industry standard back office systems. We provide all that, together with a level of guaranteed income. That means people can concentrate on what’s essential, and what they love doing most; gaining clients and growing their business’.
Explaining that joint venture partners are definitely running their own show, John underlines that the Recruit Ventures business model is not a franchise. ‘This is a complete support package. Many people working in recruitment have a strong entrepreneurial streak, and we offer them the chance to start up on their own without bank loans or plundering their savings’.
With successful recruitment agencies opening up across the country, Recruit Ventures is proving to be a game changer within the industry.
About the Author
David Simons has extensive recruitment knowledge and experience having worked in the industry for over 20 years. He is currently Managing Director of Recruit Ventures where he works closely with joint venture partners, assisting and advising them on their start-up businesses.
You can contact David or find out more about Recruit Ventures via:
01362 8825 85 / 07900 26 30 43
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