As you’re taking the time out to read my guide on how to set up and build your own recruitment business, I don’t think that it’s a huge assumption to make that you are considering becoming your own boss. If that is the case, you are already improving your odds of being a success by taking your new job of business owner seriously and doing some research.
It’s a scary statistic that 4 out of 5 new recruitment businesses don’t make it past 2 years, however simply by reading this eBook you are improving those odds dramatically. Sorry if this sounds a little like I’m suggesting that my book is some sort of work of business genius – I’m not – it’s more to help you understand that being a business owner doesn’t always come naturally – it is a new job that you need to upskill into.
If you’re a talented recruiter, you’ll already be running your own desk as if it’s a business within your current company – making commercial decisions on a daily basis, which job or candidate to work to make money or go out and search for better prospects, constantly using your entrepreneurial skills.
That’s why setting up your own recruitment company can be your natural next step if you don’t want to climb the corporate ladder. As you mature as a recruiter, you need less and less support until one day you may start to wonder what your company actually does to justify taking 70% of your billings and is it your time to take the lion’s share of your billings?
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