TBI has every reason to look forward in the business World. The size of the recruitment markets around the World is one of change, of innovation, of opportunity where countries such as the Asian giants of China and India are just starting their own sizeable recruitment company formations.
As for countries in Europe, there has always been a strong recruiter presence and there is absolutely no reason why TBI cannot support a profitable branch network from day one. One example of a potential opportunity for TBI in countries like to UK could be the white collar market where TBI could easily make strong shareholder returns with careful, thoughtful branch formations and where profits are a certain guarantee.
In summary, when TBI has such a strong brand presence in the US, it makes an opportunity for itself in other nations and also other derivatives of the recruitment market like the professional white collar segments. The great, substantial evidence exists when you just look at the balance sheets of giants like Manpower and Adecco and their portfolio and credentials of the range of recruitment services that they provide.
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There is no reason why the UK door can’t be reopened at some stage in the future. Ultimately, there lies the gateway into Europe and beyond. It’s just a real shame as to what’s already been squandered with LRW’s attempt. Sadly though, that’s what happens when a golden prospect is entrusted into the hands of people that don’t really care and have no sense of direction in terms of having common sense, being streetwise and hiring the correct people, with the correct skills, to carry and drive the business forward.
There clearly are opportunities in the ‘white collar’ market and why not? However, as I’ve already said, the business model for ‘blue collar’, as it was in the UK, is completely right and there is no reason as to why it couldn’t be successful.
There’s nothing wrong with showing something different to the market in the UK, it just takes time. As long as the ingredients, namely the leadership, are right, it can and would work. As my good friend, therealrvp, quite rightly points out, just look at Adecco and Manpower as just two examples.
The market is there to be broke into in the UK and beyond, so if TBI is seeking substantial growth, as I’m sure it is, then the UK is certainly an option along with being a very hot prospect.