If you’re thinking of starting a recruitment agency in 2019 there are lots of aspects to think about. It can be overwhelming so we’ve put together a simple 3 point guide to get you thinking about the different things you need to consider.
When you’ve made the decision to set up your own recruitment agency there are many things to consider. However at the forefront for all new business owners the question remains; how do I go about funding my new venture?
A start up recruitment business plan is very much a document to demonstrate to others the path of your future business. It doesn’t need to be overly complicated, long or outlandish, just concise and professional.
Quba Solutions now has a new timesheet app for our recruiter clients and contractors. The app is designed to encourage worker uptake of electronic timesheets and further reduce the administration of processing paper timesheets.
Making your recruitment agency more efficient shouldn’t have anything to do with your personal skills in developing business, creating leads or employing staff - you’re already a professional in that field!
They will have decided that forming their own agency is the route they want to take, but at some point they will ask themselves the inevitable question…. How much money do I need to start my recruitment agency?
There are many finance options available to small businesses, it can be a little over-whelming and on the face of it, can seem complicated. Recruitment agencies tend to have two main options for funding the temp element of a business: invoice factoring and invoice discounting.