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Weareventuri Recruitment – an evolutionary mistake?

Seriously, Darwin would have a field day with Weareventuri. How do these people manage to function with all the requirements of breathe, breathe out, breathe in….You would have thought that in any form of marketing, a little research into your targets would help. If Weareventuri had taken the time to look, they would have noted that we are particularly repulsed by the spammy and crass practices of many recruitment agencies. Even if they didn’t do their research, Weareventuri should have perhaps taken note of the emails I sent to them in response to their previous approaches. But no. It appears that Weareventuri do not have to pay attention to the requests of someone they believe may be a potentially client, they keep blundering on regardless. Is that the sort of company I want to do business with? Absolutely not. Weareventuri, welcome to the PushON Recruitment Agency Shit List

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  • http://www.blue-leaf.co.uk Rob Smith

    You’re on a mission again I see Simon :) Worringly for them, this blog post is already effectively the second spot if you Google them! Shit list indeed.

  • http://www.net66.co.uk JamesD

    That PushON Recruitment Agency Shit List must be a BIG list! :)

    I hate recruitment agencies, especially those who employ non-techie people to techie recruiting posts….

  • http://www.pushon.co.uk Simon Wharton

    Rob

    Less of a mission than you might think. There’s two points:
    The recruitment industry is necessary but needs to reform its’ practice. Being in recruitment does not mean that you shouldn’t adhere to standards of conduct.
    Listen. Two requests sent to them to ask them to stop sendingme stuff. Why are they bothering if they aren’t listening to our response?

  • http://www.pushon.co.uk Simon Wharton

    James

    I dont think you necessarily nee4d to be techie to recruit in a techie market. I think you need to take time to understand language. The amount of spammy CV submissions we receive for .Net developers amazes me.(or similar). We dont touch .Net. Never will, never have. Why not have a look at the target before you make a contact?

  • http://www.weareventuri.com Brad Lamb

    Good Morning Simon,

    I just tried calling you to discuss the below link in more detail.

    (http://blog.pushon.co.uk/business-blogging/recruitment-agencies/weareventur

    I am the Director and founder of the company and I wanted to take the opportunity to apologise for any inconvenience caused.

    As a business, our reputation is extremely important to us and we do not ever want customers having anything but a positive experience with our company.

    Thank you for the honest feedback and please let me know if I can assist you any further.

    Best Wishes,

    Brad