James Caan Announces the Launch of his Third Search for the Next Recruitment Entrepreneur

James will be providing entrepreneurs with the funding to build a business of real scale, as well as support and mentorship around strategy, IT, infrastructure, branding, marketing, finance and legal – all designed to help passionate individuals or teams grow sustainable, profitable recruitment companies in any sector.

James said: “After 30 years in the industry, I am now in a position where I can share not only my financial capital, but also my intellectual capital and experience, with passionate people looking for the same opportunity I had – to build a multimillion pound recruitment business.”

So what’s he looking for?

“dynamic people in any sector who are passionate about recruitment and ready to take the next step in their career by starting their own business. The ideal person would have at least five years of successful recruitment experience, and be a natural leader who can attract and manage talented people.”



“Being a big biller and being a business leader are two very different things. All the people I have invested in have different strengths and levels of experience. The one thing they all share is a passion for recruitment, passion for their sector and the motivation to grow a business of true standing and scale in the market.”

As a result of the success of his last two Recruitment Entrepreneur campaigns, James has invested in three teams to date. The closing date is 8th June, for more information and to apply visit the website at http://recruitmententrepreneur.com/apply-now/.

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About James Caan

James Caan CBE is one of the UK’s most successful entrepreneurs. He made his fortune through the global success of his Recruitment companies, Alexander Mann and Humana International, before founding private equity firm Hamilton Bradshaw in 2004. He is best known for joining the panel of the hit BBC show Dragons’ Den, and more recently, The Business Class on CNBC. A passionate supporter of small businesses, James chairs the Government’s Start Up Loans scheme, which provides funding and mentoring to budding entrepreneurs.