Staffing M&A Series

There are tens of thousands of staffing firms and most of them will have an aspirational figure in mind of how much they will eventually sell for. 

The reality is that a fraction of those businesses will sell and of those that actually do, it will be for a smaller price tag than they anticipated. 

Why is that and what can recruitment businesses do to reposition themselves as attractive for investment or sale?

We’ve put together a series of interviews asking the most experienced leaders in the industry the positive investment indicators, the fatal signs of a non-sale, and the specific actions that agencies can take to join the 5% of businesses that secure multi-million-dollar exit events.

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Why your purpose shouldn’t be to sell with Russell Clement 

People and ideas that sit on figures and forecasts with Graham Palfrey-Smith 

Every investor has an intention with Poonam Mawani 

Choosing the right time to partner with Logan Naidu 

A small universe of potential buyers with James Barbour-Smith

From zero to hero very quickly with James Fieldhouse