It’s not that we’re picky, we just know that there’s a certain “type” for us...
People that truly want to find their purpose in business, are open to new ideas, and won’t just tabulate the numbers to calculate whether they’re achieving their entrepreneurial goals.
We’d love to hear from you if you meet some or all of the following criteria:
You own a small to medium business, be it an agency or a brand, founded by true love for what you do.
You’re obsessed by it; if you’re asked what you do, it takes a tranquilliser dart to shut you up. Don’t worry though, we find that very attractive.
You appreciate learning and growing, and put your business before your ego; you have an open mind about change and adapting to become better at what you do.
You don’t see weakness as a weakness, you see it as an opportunity to build a new strength (on your best days – the rest of the time you unashamedly use it as an excuse not to do things).
You manage a team of people, and the success of those people is something you really care about. Not for you, for them. Work/life balance, personal development, work equality, mental health and physical health in the workplace are issues that matter to you.
You realise that free coffees, a Ping-Pong table and a cycle to work scheme don’t make your company culture; instead, you and your team do. You have war stories of overcoming challenges and exceeding all expectations to back this up.
You’re committed and in it for the long run. You want your brand to grow, be recognised and remembered for great things.
In a nutshell, you feel that you could be doing more. A lot more. You could conquer the world if you made a few tweaks, but you’re just not sure what those tweaks are.
You’re probably the Managing Director, but you’re out spending most of your time trying to win new business, and you’re wondering how you seem to have less time to do what you want to do than when you had a smaller team and a younger business.
You’re also honest, thoughtful, generous, incredibly good-looking in your own, unique way, and could give Usher a run for his money on the dancefloor…
You know it.
Quit being humble.
We want to see your dance moves.