Win:win Recruitment Solution for Cash -strapped SME’s
06/08/2010

AngelNews, the leading online news service for the investment market, recently announced its latest ‘Pitching for Management, Not Money’ event at Wallacespace, London, June 22nd 2010.

Online PR News – 08-June-2010 – – AngelNews, the leading online news service for the investment market, recently announced its latest ‘Pitching for Management, Not Money’ event at Wallacespace, London, June 22nd 2010.

Every company has talent gaps that need filling, especially those early on in their development. These events allow businesses to pitch for top-level individuals to join their team in salaried, sweat equity and commissioned-based positions. With six slots available at each event and two guest speakers who have expert knowledge of working with fast growing businesses, it is also the perfect opportunity for senior executives to find a new challenge.

Modwenna Rees-Mogg, Founder CEO of AngelNews said:
“Business blogs are full of companies not knowing how to attract high-calibre staff on restricted budgets and ‘Pitching for Management, Not Money’ is the perfect solution.”

Audience members offer a range of skills from sales, marketing and finance directors to mentors, non-executive directors and CEOs.

Debbie Dufour, Event Manager for AngelNews explained: “Pitching for Management, Not Money’ really is a groundbreaking concept. It allows companies to attract great people for little money; where else can you get that?
“We listen to the needs of our customers and the market and have created ‘Pitching for Management, Not Money’ to adhere to those needs.
“The event has become hugely popular in the business world. It helps both companies looking to expand and senior executives in search of a new project. It’s a win, win situation.”

‘Pitching for Management, Not Money’ has been running since January 2009 on a bi-monthly basis and has received excellent feedback.

Sten Saar of Quickstart Global said: "This event attracts high-profile people with amazing business acumen. It is the best place for start-ups or SMEs to get advice, mentors or even funding! The networking was extremely useful and definitely something a small business wishing to grow should attend."

For further information or to book a pitching slot contact sarah.pittman@angelnews.co.uk, 07747 047 083.

Or to see the pitches, reserve a ticket by contacting debbie@angelnews.co.uk