Under Forward Role's wing

Recruitment start-ups are nothing new, but a recruiter helping non-recruitment businesses start up and flourish is a radical concept. Colin Cottell met the directors in Manchester to find out more

Business incubators have become a familiar part of the recruitment industry landscape in recent years. Take a fledgling recruitment business and its ambitious founders, provide it with funding, back office and other types of expertise and support, take a stake in the business, and watch that business take off. Then, after a few years, make a profitable exit.

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