Cowgill Holloway and Zodeq help Rutherford Grant Recruitment access funding
We are delighted to have teamed up with recruitment funding specialist Zodeq, to assist in the funding for Altrincham-based Rutherford Grant Recruitment.
Rutherford Grant specialises in recruiting for the IT and telecoms markets. Based in the North West, Rutherford Grant has national coverage, recruiting for businesses across the UK that are looking for new staff with specialist skills and expertise. The funding will allow the continued growth of the business.
With an existing funding solution already in place, the firm’s Managing Director, Jason Gardiner was looking to switch providers and was advised by Cowgill Holloway’s Business Funding Director, Benjamin Day. After reviewing the business, and its requirements, Benjamin Day introduced Rutherford Grant Recruitment to Zodeq, with the confidence in Zodeq’s specialism in the recruitment sector.
Speaking about the funding, Jason Gardiner, Managing Director of Rutherford Grant said: “We were impressed with their approach from day one and their clear expertise in providing facilities in the recruitment sector really stood out. The take-on was smooth and all of the team have been great.”
Talking about the arrangement, Benjamin Day said: “Rutherford Grant Recruitment is a great business. After meeting the team and understanding more about their requirements, it was clear that fellow APSCo (The Association of Professional Staffing Companies) members Zodeq would be an ideal fit – commercially, and for the people involved.
“We’ve had a number of funding arrangements complete over the last few weeks, so it’s great to see lots of the region’s businesses looking at funding in order to assist their growth plans, and not letting the perceived uncertainty of the macro-environment get in the way.”
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