Exactly one year ago today, Triple Seven was born. And what a year it has been! What began as an entrepreneur’s vision, inspired by his previous experiences, is now a profitable startup business. In our first 12 months, we’ve hit some incredible milestones. We’ve chosen our proudest moments for this blog post.
We began with a 2-person office in WeWork’s brand new Aldgate Tower location - in fact, we were the first ever residents! Fast-forward a year and we now have a Reading and Glasgow branch, and a permanent team of 12 in our London HQ.
Harriet Bullough was Triple Seven’s first ever employee; she was also the first ever Consultant at ESG, Triple Seven’s Graduate Recruitment arm. She’s now Triple Seven’s longest-standing employee, and a Senior Consultant at ESG with a thriving client base of over 150 clients.
First candidate placement
Although Triple Seven isn’t a Recruitment firm (it's a Private Equity business that specialises...
This is a question which has crossed the mind of every startup entrepreneur worth their salt.
Get it right, and you can create a high-performing business.
Get it right, and you can build a tight-knit team who work easily and efficiently together.
Get it right, and you’ll never need an employee handbook ever again.
The ‘right’ company culture is an entirely individual concept that differs from company to company; what works for a media agency will not work in construction, and what works in IT will not necessarily apply to the recruitment industry.
However, there are certain universal principles which go a long way in creating a positive working environment and a proficient team.
More and more firms are now recognising that a 9-5, clock-in, clock-out, system is not always the most effective way of getting the most from your team.
Indeed, a survey from Digital Mums last week found that 73% of millennial employees would be mo...