There has never been a better time to get involved in this lucrative industry. As a Antal Franchise you can run your own low cost, high return professional Executive Recruitment Business
Because of their unrivalled success story! Founded in the UK in 1992, Antal now have more than 120 offices in more than 30 countries. They are one of the world’s largest and most successful privately owned international Executive Recruitment Businesses.
The brand is globally recognised, and has been listed in the UK’s Virgin Atlantic/Sunday Times 'Fast Track 100 Award' for four consecutive years.
This is a multi-billion Euro industry, the demand for executive recruitment services has never been greater!
Doug Bugie, Antal International Network President, says “The recruitment industry now tops the list of the world’s most active business sectors, giving us confidence in this highly profitable industry.
The war for talent has become fierce as businesses look to hire people who will enable them to secure best advantage in changing markets.”
The Antal Global Snapshot (the highly quoted labour market survey), reported that not only have recruitment levels in the UK increased since the beginning of the year, they are now the highest amongst the larger economies in Western Europe.
As a Antal Franchisee you will operate at the mid-to-senior level of employment, the benefits include:
Franchise owners are able to capitalise on Antal's 24 years of experience in running profitable recruitment businesses. Antal help their franchisees gain success by giving them:
Is the Antal Franchise for you?
Franchisees are carefully selected and have the backgrounds, ability, intellectual desire and drive to build an executive recruitment franchise business.
Often business professionals with a highly credible background, they are using their accumulated business acumen to make money in this highly profitable industry.
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