Whether you’re pitching to win a recruitment tender or competing for a retainer, going up against your biggest competitor is never easy. But the biggest step you can take towards a win is having confidence in your company’s ability not just to do a great job, but do it better than anyone else.
And whilst in the past you’d likely be left disappointed if you ended up pitching against a bigger and better-known competitor, the recruitment landscape has changed quite drastically in recent years in a way that works very much in the little guy’s favour.
Learn how to play to your strengths
Nowadays, it’s not just about having massive corporate turnover figures to boast of that wins new business in recruitment. It’s about being an expert in what you do, owning your niche and having a strong, engaged candidate network to bring to the table – and you don’t need a 150-strong team to offer that!
In our latest eBook, we delve into the subject of how small recruitment agencies can pitch against competitors five times their size and win it, hands down.
Our eBook offers guidance on how to create a winning sales pitch for recruitment consultants to use when they’re up against their biggest competitors. Learn how to play to your strengths as a recruiter working for an SME recruitment business in such a way as will not only create an equal playing field when pitching against a recruiter working for large recruitment agency, but even give you a competitive advantage.
Katie once headed up the Firefish blog and marketing team. She now works as a freelance copywriter and continues to contribute to our award-winning blog.