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Antal International Network

Helps clients recruit the right candidates and assists individuals progress their careers

£ 50,000 Minimum Investment

Antal International Network In Brief

  • Description

    Helps clients recruit the right candidates and assists individuals progress their careers

  • Business Type

    Business & Professional Services, Recruitment, Communications, International, Master/Regional

  • Minimum Investment

    £ 50,000

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About Antal International Network

Antal International Network, a global executive recruitment company, has been helping clients find the right candidates and assisting individuals to progress their careers since 1993.

Using a methodical approach to recruitment, this privately-owned business grew by opening a number of company-operated offices. Today, Antal International Network has approximately 159 offices in 38 countries, including China, India and Russia.

Instead of focusing on a country or region, the company’s consultants specialise in a single discipline or sector, such as banking and finance, building and construction, information technology or law and legal services, which means they have in-depth knowledge and understanding of the industry within which they work.

This strategy has resulted in consultants successfully placing many thousands of candidates in roles in small and medium-sized enterprises and multinational corporations every year and earning millions of pounds in fees.

Antal International Network franchised its business concept in 2002. It is an associate member of the British Franchise Association.

The Antal Charitable Foundation has been supporting charities such as the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award, Regenerate UK, Friends of Sure24, Chance UK and Compassion for Migrant Children since its formation in 2008.

How does the Antal International Network franchise model work?

Recruitment is a specialist industry, which is why companies use businesses such as Antal International Network to find top talent on their behalf.

Antal International Network franchisees tend to focus on the sector in which they worked prior to investing in the franchise. Using the franchisor’s tried-and-tested methodologies, a franchisee’s role is to develop long-term relationships with client companies at a senior level, while assisting clients to make their next career move in line with their personal goals.

A franchisee’s income is derived from placing mid to senior level candidates in suitable roles, from which they earn between 20 and 33 per cent of the individual’s salary and remuneration package in their first year with the employer.

According to Antal International Network, the essence of its business model is collaboration across its international network. The company says over 21 per cent of all revenues are from fee sharing between offices, as it’s not unusual for franchisees to work together on a particular assignment.


What skills do Antal International Network franchisees need?

Antal International Network franchisees do not require any experience of the recruitment industry, but must be good with people, possess good communication skills, have a positive attitude and have the ability to follow a tried-and-tested system.

The company is also looking to attract owners of established recruitment agencies into its franchisee network, who will trade using the Antal International Network brand and know-how.


What locations or territories is Antal International Network looking to operate in?

Antal International Network has franchise opportunities available across the UK.


Where in the UK is the Antal International Network franchise based?

Antal International Network’s headquarters is in London.


What training and support do Antal International Network franchisees receive?

The company’s tailored two-week training programme combines theory and practical experience that addresses every aspect a franchisee needs to know about the business.

Antal International Network’s ongoing training takes the form of its 180 programme, which comprises a range of modules that cover subjects such as the sales process and finding and approaching candidates to effective marketing strategies, objection handling techniques and preparing a candidate for interview.

In addition, comprehensive training is provided to a franchisee’s staff.

Ongoing support is offered in the areas of public relations, finance, operations, marketing, human resources, IT and training.

Regular newsletters are issued to the franchisee network by the franchisor and global conference calls are organised on a weekly basis.

Antal International Network hosts an annual global conference at which best practice is shared via a series of presentations and workshops. A highlight of the global conference is the gala dinner and awards ceremony, where franchisees get the chance to win awards such as International Office of the Year, Top Franchise Biller and the Chairman’s Award for Excellence.


How in demand are the recruitment services provided by Antal International Network?

Many companies don’t have the time or resources to recruit high achieving mid to senior level employees - most of whom are not actively looking to change jobs.

People are an organisation’s greatest asset, so it’s no surprise that in the increasingly competitive world of business the services provided by Antal International Network are in constant demand.

What sets Antal International Network apart from its competitors is the fact that it operates on a global scale and prides itself on its collaborative network, which can provide businesses of all sizes with a cross-border solution to their recruitment needs.

Another unique selling point is that Antal International Network franchisees have a thorough knowledge of the sector they work in and the requirements of specific roles.

On top of this company’s competitive edge, franchisees will be operating in a growing market, which has been valued by Antal International Network as worth $500bn globally
per year.

The Recruitment & Employment Confederation’s latest report stated the total annual turnover for the UK recruitment industry rose 11 per cent to £35.7 billion in 2017-18. It forecasts sector growth of four per cent in 2018-19, 4.5 per cent in 2019-20 and five per cent in 2020-21.


How can I get started on setting up my own Antal International Network business?

The recruitment process combines a series of telephone conversations with Antal International Network’s franchise team and face-to-face meetings with the company’s management and support staff.

During this period, franchise costs, funding requirements/options and business plans are discussed.

Group discovery days are held in various UK locations. Potential investors are also invited to speak to established Antal International Network franchisees about their businesses.

The final stages involve the signing of the franchise agreement and the commencement of induction training. Antal International Network states its recruitment process takes around three months on average.

To find out more or to request further information on franchising with Antal International Network, click the ‘Send Enquiry’ button now.

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  • Franchisor bucks trend

    Updated 26 Jul 2017

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