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With the economy in the UK still on a sticky wicket starting a company
may seem foolish, unless of course a vibrant and growing sector is chosen
that will always have a market. One such area is recruitment. No matter
what is happening in the economy recruitment companies are used
extensively and current data would suggest that this particular business
sector is increasing in growth. Like any new start up appropriate
resourcing is vital in a number of key areas.

Linlithgow, UK, August 15, 2012 -- With the economy in the UK still on a
sticky wicket starting a company may seem foolish, unless of course a
vibrant and growing sector is chosen that will always have a market. One
such area is recruitment. No matter what is happening in the economy
recruitment companies are used extensively and current data would suggest
that this particular business sector is increasing in growth. Like any
new start up appropriate resourcing is vital in a number of key areas.

Traditionally many new recruitment companies start with an ambitious
recruiter leaving the office on a Friday afternoon and starting their new
recruitment company venture from a spare bedroom on Monday. This may have
been all well and good just a few short years ago, however in today’s
business economy a more robust plan needs to be put in place. The recent
London 2012 games have demonstrated, that hard work dedication and an
appropriate support team can and do produce outstanding results.

The popular one man band is no longer realistic if the goal is a
profitable business venture, particularly in the recruitment sector. The
market is at a competitive all-time high. New recruitment companies are
vying for the best candidates and clients, and as a result there is
strength in numbers. The good news is that there is a support infa
structure of excellent resources that new recruitment company owners can
tap into. This particularly centres on recruitment training and how to
start your own recruitment agency. At first sight it may appear that a,
go for it attitude, website and a telephone is all that is required. This
has its place; however more solid foundations are needed, especially
around the mindset required to get a new venture off the ground.

One company that specialises in performance coaching support for
recruitment owners is Centred Excellence. Their MD is Nicky Coffin an
international sportswoman herself who well understands the results that
performance coaching can bring both in business and sport. Nicky
commented: “Many ambitious recruiters would love to start their own high
performing recruitment agency, and that is a reasonable thing to want to
do. This is exactly what I did a number of years ago. However the new
recruitment companies that succeed always put in place a support network
of mentors and training. The recent Olympics have given a signpost to
many business owners how important it is to seek advice and help in the
early stages of starting your own recruitment company. “

Centred Excellence have developed a range of services designed
specifically for the recruitment industry. This includes, VIP coaching
programmes where individual attention on a one to one basis accelerates
results, through to management training programmes for recruitment
companies, and unique free training Masterclass teleseminars.

To find out more about the various programmes and coaching that is
offered to recruitment companies across the UK contact Centred Excellence
direct. They can be reached at their interactive website at
www.centredexcellence.co.uk or by email or telephone.

Contact:
Nicky Coffin
Centred Excellence Ltd
Grange Courtyard
Linlithgow, EH49 7HR
0845 53194838
nicky@centredexcellence.co.uk
http://centredexcellence.co.uk

				
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