FAST 50 2018: Uncertainty bites

Data from M&A specialists Clearwater International reveals a slowing growth rate for privately-owned recruitment firms.

It has been a year like no other. A year in which Article 50 has been invoked and the UK commenced negotiations to exit the European Union and forge future trading relationships. Irrespective of which side of the fence one sits, Brexit has undoubtedly created uncertainty, which in turn has weighed on candidate and client confidence in certain sectors. 

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