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2B Interface broadens its international reach with office opening in Munich, Germany.

2017-08-05 19:18

2B Interface today announces its continued growth, with a new office opening in Munich, Germany. The opening is part of an aggressive expansion strategy which has seen the company open new offices in both Poland and Singapore within the last two months.

https://www.recruitment-international.co.uk/blog/2017/07/2b-interface-broadens-its-international-reach-with-office-opening-in-munich

Further growth for 2B Interface as we open office in Singapore

2017-06-26 10:27

Beatrice Bartlay, Managing Director and Founder of 2B Interface says: “We’re excited to be opening another global office and in such a thriving area, bringing our unique offering to Singapore.

The Singapore office will be run by Peck Howe, who has over 25 years’ experience in human resources. Peck comments, “When I was offered the opportunity to set up a recruitment business in Singapore to represent 2B Interface, I grabbed the opportunity with both hands. Having originated from Singapore and knowing the lay of the land so to speak, I felt confident that this venture, together with the totally inspiring guidance and mentoring from Beatrice, would be an awesome combination.”

 

https://bdaily.co.uk/articles/2017/06/23/further-growth-for-2b-interface-as-it-opens-office-in-singapore

 

 

2B Interface opens Poland office

2017-05-17 18:49

2B Interface has expanded into Poland, with the opening of a new office in Kamienna Gora, Lower Silesian Voivodeship. The Polish branch of the company will be named Agencja Pracy Meeritt.

Beatrice Bartlay, managing director and founder of 2B Interface, stated, “Over the past 12 years, 2B Interface has gone from strength to strength, building its reputation as a dependable supplier of temporary and permanent staff. We’ve expanded our reach in recent years within the UK and the natural progression is now to continue our growth, on a global scale.”

The Polish branch will be jointly run by the chairman, Justyna Mikolajczyk, who has over 11 years’ experience in international recruitment, and the vice chairman, Arkadiusz Burek, who has extensive experience in the financial sector.

https://www.recruitment-international.co.uk/blog/2017/05/2b-interface-opens-poland-office

 

A CULTURAL FIT. Ensure that the candidate is a fit in terms of skills, as well as culturally.

2017-04-20 19:10

Ensure that the candidate is a fit in terms of skills, as well as culturally.
As an employer, you need to decipher the key personality traits that are important to the job role and your business.
If their personality ‘suits’ both your company image and the team already in place is an important consideration. For example, if your team is spread across the country, each working individually, the ‘cultural fit’ matters less than it would compared with, say, a manager who travels a lot with staff members and is going to be on long haul flights with the individual.

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/cultural-fit-beatrice-bartlay

You Tube Educator https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7St7Do7oXwU

WHY WOULD YOU NEED MORE STAFF RIGHT NOW?

2017-03-22 23:05

By thoroughly analysing your business forecasts, plans, and of course goals and objectives you should be able to assess whether your business needs full-time employees or a temporary staffing solution.

Taking temporary staff can be cost effective during seasonal swings and for certain industries including retail, hospitality and utilities.

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/why-would-you-need-more-staff-right-now-beatrice-bartlay

You Tube Educator https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7St7Do7oXwU

 

ASK THE EXPERTS -There are some key steps that employers can take to reduce recruitment risk ....

2017-02-08 13:11

ASK THE EXPERTS

There are some key steps that employers can take to reduce recruitment risk and today’s article will be about a step #1 – asking the experts.

Whether your business already has an HR department or not, it is always worth assessing what processes they perform on a daily basis and whether it is more cost effective to outsource some processes, particularly recruitment, to an expert.

https://www.linkedin.com/post/edit/ask-experts-beatrice-bartlay

You Tube Educator https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7St7Do7oXwU

 

 

Test their performance

2017-01-30 22:34

Although putting individuals on the spot in an interview situation is something nobody wants to do, it is perhaps obvious and extremely important that you test the competency of an individual before hiring them. Figure out what key tasks they ....

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/article/test-performance-beatrice-bartlay

You Tube Educator https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7St7Do7oXwU

 

It Is All About People

2017-01-11 11:30

With over 15 years of experience in the recruitment industry, I firmly believe that the most important element of a successful and profitable business is the people. The people make a brand, the people are the ones delivering excellent customer service, and it’s the people making sure that customers get exactly what they pay for.........https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/all-people-beatrice-bartlay?trk=mp-author-card

You Tube Educator https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7St7Do7oXwU

Getting to know Beatrice Bartlay. Welcome to the official You Tube Channel..

2017-01-07 09:35

Welcome to the official You Tube Channel of Beatrice Bartlay, Founder of 2B Interface, Business and Life Performance Guide, Public Speaker, Many Times Published Author of Business Related Articles, Business Woman, Author of Liberty Women Mean Business.

In this channel you will find a lot of self-improvement and business development tips.
You will also learn how to overcome your limitations, how to build confidence in your abilities, how to reach your goals fast and secrets about a successful work and life balance.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7St7Do7oXwU

 

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Help Beatrice Bartlay to make an excellent quality content. Every contribution, however big or small is more than welcome. Please tell Beatrice what you would like to learn here.

Thank you

New Year, New People

2017-01-02 09:42

We are actively recruiting for the following roles Design Manager (POS, Shop Fitting) North, Internal Project Manager Yorkshire, Project Manager ...

2016-08-15 13:30

We are actively recruiting for the following roles; Project Manager Mids, Contracts/ Project Manager Mids, Development Designer/ CAD (joinery, Retail) Mids, Project Manager (Joinery, Fit Out) Yorks, Junior Account Manager (Mids), Freelance Development Designers, Design Engineer (POS) Herts, Designer/ Visualiser (POS/ Brands) Anglia - If you are looking for a new challenge please get in touch helen@2binterface.com 07398 124 610

New office in Doncaster.

2016-07-15 15:10

We are pleased to announce that we are expanding and we are opening a new branch in Doncaster in order to help our customers in this area.This branch will be run by Helen Adams.  Should you have any requirements for permanent or temporary positions please contact us on 08004334949.

 

On 1 April 2016 the national living wage will come into force.

2016-03-07 09:44

On the 1 April 2016 the national living wage will come into force. This requires all workers aged 25 or over to be paid at least £7.20 an hour.

It is our 11th anniversary! Thank you to all our customers for doing business with us.

2016-02-01 14:04

We are very pleased to announce that it is our 11th anniversary!  Over the years we have developed a very good relationship with our clients and we are proud of our achievements in spite of the difficult economic conditions.
 
Our goal has been to be instrumental in providing bespoke recruitment services to joinery, acrylic and metal work manufacturers. We continue with our philosophy of providing the right recruitment formula to solve our clients recruitment problems.

" Quality service and a customer-first approach," said Beatrice Bartlay MD of 2B Interface Ltd. "That is what made us successful over the years, and that is why our clients keep coming back to us. We have never wavered from this approach and it will continue to be our guide for the future."

Thank you to all our customers for doing business with us.

 

£255 billion owed to SMEs in late payment!

2016-01-18 12:46

Happy Christmas and a wonderful New Year from 2B Team

2015-12-23 12:42

Happy Christmas and a wonderful New Year from 2B Team.

Tips on making contact with recruiters

2015-12-01 11:20

 

....make your CV easy on the eye during skim reads. Include your skills and responsibilities in bullet points to a maximum of ten, and include the names of previous employers in bold.

http://www.theiet.org/membership/career/career-options/job-searching/communicating-recruiters.cfm

Name-blind job applications could get more women into manufacturing

2015-11-03 11:05

“Name-blind” recruitment schemes are a great step forward for equal opportunities in the workplace, and could have even wider reaching benefits for women of all backgrounds in typically “men’s” industries says Beatrice Bartlay, of specialist recruitment firm 2B Interface.

http://www.recruitment-international.co.uk/news/name-blind-job-applications-could-get-more-women-into-manufacturing-28348.htm

 

Women can’t do same jobs as men? What a load of rubbish!

2015-10-13 10:13

“As an entrepreneur working in a male-dominated industry, I find Karmel’s statements absolutely preposterous. She seems to using out-dated notions about the difference between men and women, born out of misogyny and backward attitudes. Professional environments can be tough places, full of highs and lows, failures and successes. However, to claim that women cannot cope with this environment due to being ‘too sensitive’ or defeatist is completely unrepresentative of the strength and business acumen possessed by professional women.

http://www.recruitment-international.co.uk/news/women-can’t-do-same-jobs-as-men-what-a-load-of-rubbish-28146.htm

Five steps to cutting entrepreneurial excuses.

2015-09-01 17:25

During my career, I have faced many challenges and obstacles. I could have given up, but didn’t because I always had a clear goal in my mind: to be a successful entrepreneur. I invested every bit of time and effort needed to get me to where I am today.

http://www.smallbusiness.co.uk/starting-a-business/small-business-advice/2492266/five-steps-to-cutting-entrepreneurial-excuses.thtml

 

 

Skills shortage in manufacturing and supply chain industries intensifies jobs tipping point

2015-08-24 16:31

Beatrice said: “Manufacturing is a case in point because it is currently enjoying a resurgence in volumes of higher value contracts. As well as this, output is currently growing and expected to grow into the next quarter. Manufacturing is the key to the UK’s continual economic growth, but traditional and niche skills in this sector are becoming more limited every day. The whole supply chain is suffering; from welders to HGV drivers – which ultimately will have an impact on white-collar businesses. After all, how are you going to sit at your nice desk with nobody to make and transport it?” - See more at: http://www.business-money.com/announcements/skills-shortage-in-manufacturing-and-supply-chain-industries-intensifies-jobs-tipping-point#sthash.DaaLgodp.dpuf

A journey into the mind of a franchisor and her first franchisee.

2015-08-11 15:06

 “In all that I do I like order”, she admitted, which means having a detailed plan of action to make sure she achieves her goals. “For a long time, I knew I had a successful and well-structured business model, and I also knew that other people could duplicate it,” .....

http://businessadvice.co.uk/franchising/case-studies/recruitment-agency-2b-interface-a-journey-into-the-mind-of-a-franchisor-and-her-first-franchisee/

Contracting in engineering “Overall, demand for engineers has been rising at a steady rate,”....

2015-08-03 17:08

....explains Beatrice. “However, we also receive regular requests for estimators, CNC programmers, bench joiners, TIG welders – especially those welding aluminium – powder and wet sprayers and HGV drivers.”

http://www.jobsite.co.uk/worklife/contracting-engineering-20173/

 

 

Best Practice for Preventing and Managing Late Payments

2015-08-03 13:29

Over the past few years I have been repeatedly calling for action to be taken on late payers, including looking at imposing fines on businesses that fail to pay their suppliers promptly. For many small businesses, cash flow is king. If a business does not pay their supplier on time then that has a huge impact on that enterprise, which then ends up acting as paymaster and banker. This simply cannot be fair or equitable and has been a huge challenge throughout the economic downturn.

http://www.freshbusinessthinking.com/business_advice.php?CID=0&AID=15283&PGID=1#.Vb9rjv3bLIV

Introduction of small business commissioner is a welcome move for SMEs

2015-07-30 10:40

Late payments continue to be a problem for small businesses today. The results from a survey issued last year by the Federation of Small Businesses shows that 51% of business owners have experienced late payments in the past 12 months.* Bartlay is hopeful that the yet-unnamed small business commissioner can help lower this figure in the battle against late paying companies in the UK.

http://www.recruitment-international.co.uk/news/introduction-of-small-business-commissioner-is-a-welcome-move-for-smes-27511.htm

New scheme launched in Bucks to support women in businesses.

2015-07-24 15:04

Regional manager Laura McGimpsey opened the Milton Keynes branch of 2B Interface which supplies specialist skilled staff to the manufacturing and logistics sectors in April 2015

She said: “I’m experienced in launching and running businesses both from scratch and also as franchises and technology has played a key part.

"we need to ensure that the government pays more than lip service to the micro-businesses, mumpreneurs and side-projects."

http://www.getbucks.co.uk/news/business/new-scheme-launched-bucks-support-9701054

 

Driver crisis: as government fails freight, a recruitment firm gears up with some help

2015-07-15 19:42

The Loadstar


Driver crisis: as government fails freight, a recruitment firm gears up with some help
http://theloadstar.co.uk/driver-crisis-as-government-fails-freight-a-recruitment-firm-gears-up-with-some-help/

 

Late payments are killing the entrepreneurial spirit of Britain

2015-07-09 13:08

Late payments are the scourge of businesses throughout the UK and are killing the inherent entrepreneurial spirit of Britain. 

This is according to Beatrice Bartlay, entrepreneur and founder of specialist employment company 2B Interface, who is calling on the Government address the key issue of late payments head-on in the Budget on July 8th.

 “Over the past few years I have been repeatedly calling for action to be taken on late payers including looking at imposing fines on businesses that fail to pay their suppliers promptly. For many small businesses, cash flow is king. If a business does not pay their supplier on time then that has a huge impact on that enterprise, which then ends up acting as paymaster and banker. This simply cannot be fair or equitable and has been a huge challenge throughout the economic downturn,” stated Bartlay.


http://www.recruitment-international.co.uk/news/late-payments-are-killing-the-entrepreneurial-spirit-of-britain-27297.htm

 

 

Laura McGimpsey, Milton Keynes-based entrepreneur and Regional Manager of specialist staffing agency for the manufacturing sector 2B Interface, has called for the government...

2015-06-30 13:05

Laura McGimpsey, Milton Keynes-based entrepreneur and Regional Manager of specialist staffing agency for the manufacturing sector 2B Interface, has called for the government to invest in more training and apprenticeships to improve the skills of future candidates in the manufacturing industry:

"Manufacturing needs to undergo a resurgence in recruiting for key skills if it is to be the beacon of hope in continued contribution to the UK's GDP. As with many other industries, specialist skills and knowledge risk leaving manufacturing if there is no support for training, investment, research and a financial boost for apprenticeship schemes," stated McGimpsey.


Read more: http://www.mkweb.co.uk/Bringing-greater-skills-manufacturing-key/story-26796820-detail/story.html#ixzz3eYAEAqOM

Skills key to increasing productivity

2015-06-26 18:22

“A fundamental part of the industry’s success will be dependant on the quality of future workers, and so it is important that they have the fine-tuned skills needed to help drive the industry forward, and help support its expected productivity standards. - See more at: http://www.themanufacturer.com/articl
es/skills-key-to-increasing-productivity/#sthash.Y5KfRzY7.dpuf

 

Bringing greater skills to manufacturing is key to increasing productivity

2015-06-26 17:49

“The manufacturing industry offers great opportunities to the British economy, however since the recession it has not quite picked up the pace. As the latest EEF research underlines, manufacturing will play a key part in productivity across the UK and so it is time for the government to provide greater support for future workers in the industry through investing in research, training and apprenticeships,” stated Bartlay.

http://www.recruitment-international.co.uk/news/bringing-greater-skills-to-manufacturing-is-key-to-increasing-productivity-27190.htm

 

 

Our late payments commentary was used in the Mail on Sunday. 'Dispute scheme planned for late payment rows...

2015-05-26 15:04

Our late payments commentary was used in the Mail on Sunday. 'Dispute scheme planned for late payment rows between large firms and their suppliers'

‘If a business does not pay a supplier on time, it has a critical impact on that enterprise, which essentially ends up acting as a paymaster and banker, chasing any payments owed to them. The news that the Government will be introducing a Small Business Conciliation Service is a monumental move in the right direction.

Read more: http://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/smallbusiness/article-3094146/Government-unveil-plans-Small-Business-Conciliation-service-tackle-disputes-large-firms-suppliers-latest-efforts-clamp-late-payment.html#ixzz3bG0M8Moe

 

 

 

 

2B Interface signs up first franchisee in Milton Keynes

2015-04-10 18:02

2B Interface signs up first franchisee.
Specialist staffing agency to work with manufacturing and warehousing businesses in Milton Keynes and surrounding area

Full Time HR Assistant Required for our new Milton Keynes office.

2015-04-09 07:52

You must have a professional manner, fluent in English both spoken and written, be enthusiastic person and confident when meeting both clients and candidates. Responsibilities will include screening telephone calls, scheduling interviews, researching the Internet to locate potential job candidates, scanning resumes, compiling materials and maintaining employees database records.

Strong computer skills required, as well as sensitivity to confidential matters.

Customer service, HR experience would give a distinct advantage. You must have the ability to multi task and working to deadlines, under pressure and be a good judge of character.

The hours of work will be 0930- 1730. Starting salary–basic plus performance bonuses. Opportunity to progress after satisfactory performance.

Please sent your CV to job@2binterface.com

Closing date: 30/04/2015

We are pleased to announce that today is 2B Interface's 10th anniversary.

2015-01-30 06:53

2B Interface was founded on 1st February 2005.  Since its launch 2B Interface has successfully provided companies with fully qualified, cost effective temporary and permanent staff within our specialisations of joinery, welding and metal manufacturing.  
 
At 2B Interface we believe continuing to build strong, lasting relationships is the key to our success. We would like to thank our customers, suppliers and employees for being with us for the past 10 years.
 
We are very proud of all we have accomplished over the last ten years, and we are excited and energized as we enter our next decade.
 
2B Interface will continue building on the strengths of our past - our recognized strong reputation and unwavering corporate values – to work with you and achieve success.

 

According to REC, 80% of hirers say they use agency workers to gain.....

2015-01-06 12:14

According to REC:

• In the medium term, 76% want to hire more permanent staff but just 1% plan to reduce the number of permanent workers.
• 43% of employers want to hire more agency workers in the next quarter, whilst 37% plan to do so in the medium term.
• 80% of hirers say they use agency workers to gain short-term access to key strategic skills.
• 84% of microbusinesses state that they intend to create more permanent jobs over the next quarter compared to 21% this time last year.  

More freedom for recruiters and development of work skills essential to continue employment growth

2014-08-07 13:52

Official figures released by the Office of National Statistics have revealed that unemployment has decreased significantly across the UK in the last quarter in 2014, but entrepreneur and SME owner Beatrice Bartlay suggests that this growth cannot be maintained unless employers and recruiters get more freedom when it comes to meeting skills shortages. 


http://www.recruitment-international.co.uk/news/more-freedom-for-recruiters-and-development-of-work-skills-essential-to-continue-employment-growth-23710.htm

Young people should choose vocational ...

2014-07-21 12:52

Young people should  choose vocational training

New statistics reveal that there has been a rise in UK employment figures, but the supply of skilled workers is still failing to meet demand, suggests a UK recruitment expert.


http://www.virtual-college.co.uk/news/Young-people-should-‘choose-vocational-training’-newsitems-801736033.aspx

Manufacturers must re-evaluate recruitment process or suffer continued skills shortage

2014-07-14 09:41

Manufacturers must re-evaluate recruitment process or suffer continued skills shortage.

The use of generalist recruitment agencies as part of the hiring process is only serving to increase the negative impact of the increasing shortage of qualified skills in manual industries; especially manufacturing. That’s according to Beatrice Bartlay, Founder and Managing Director of specialist staffing firm, 2B Interface, who stresses that it is impossible to source quality, skilled workers for low pay rates.

“As with all things in business, you get what you pay for,” commented Bartlay. “Time and again we hear from customers that generalist agencies are sending sub-par candidates that do not fit the exact requirements of the production floor. This is because there are so many bottlenecks between operations, HR and the third party agency that the processes take too long and it becomes frustrating.”
 
http://www.recruitment-international.co.uk/news/manufacturers-must-re-evaluate-recruitment-

Branch Managers required in various UK locations.

2014-06-03 23:41

Excellent opportunity to join an established, highly reputable and growing recruitment company.
SKILLS
• Good business sense and good communication skills
• A deep understanding of marketing principles
• A positive attitude
• Negotiation skills
• Plenty of initiative
• Be tactful and articulate
• Strong leadership skills
• Be analytical and methodical in your approach to problems
• Be an excellent judge of character
• Be motivated and results driven
• Be able to act quickly and decisively
• Have good IT skills
• Have a good eye for detail
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Professionally and effectively employs sales skills to achieve targeted sales.
• Research and Database
• Maintain an accurate and current database
• Identify and develop sources of potential clients
• Effectively communicate with clients to gain commitment to purchase
• Develop and maintain relationships which benefit both client
• Overcome client resistance/objections
• Provide a weekly schedule of planned activities
• Achieve sales activities within specified time scales as directed by Managing Director
• Targeted tele-sales campaigns to achieve sales
• Be able to match appropriate candidates to clients’ requirements.
• Provide time-phased, qualified reports on achievement and activities
• Plan diary to make effective use of working day
• Maintain accurate records of all contacts with clients
• Handle correspondence related to all selling activities
• Maintain high standard of personal presentation
• Represent in a professional manner at all times
• Liaise with other members to actively promote sales opportunities, exchange information
• Undertake all responsibilities with reference to procedures.
Must have a car as you will need to visit clients.
Salary 60K OTE, please sent your CV to: job@2binterface.com

 

Turn late payments to our advantage, and help SMEs grow. Despite previous suggestions by SME leaders and the UK Government

2014-05-20 10:23

Despite previous suggestions by SME leaders and the UK Government of imposing fines on businesses that fail to pay their suppliers promptly, Bartlay, Managing Director of specialist staffing firm 2B Interface, says that those fines should be ploughed straight back into supporting small and young businesses whose cash flow has been negatively affected by late payments.

http://www.creditman.biz/uk/members/news-view.asp?newsviewID=19917

How to ride out the rough times as a small business owner?

2014-05-02 12:24

Every entrepreneur and business owner will come up against obstacles during their journey to set up a successful business, but it is how people cope with these obstacles that sets them and their business apart from the competition. There is nothing more empowering than running your own business but when encountering a rough patch, there can be nothing more demeaning too.

http://www.smallbusiness.co.uk/blog/2461822/how-to-ride-out-the-rough-times-as-a-small-business-owner.thtml

 

How to source the best staff? With unemployment declining and...

2014-04-15 10:23

How to source the best staff?

With unemployment declining and organisations looking at how to expand their businesses, recruitment is on the up and companies are vying for the best talent to help them achieve their ambitious plans.But sourcing and attracting the best staff is no mean feat and one which cannot be taken too lightly, says UK entrepreneur and recruiter, Beatrice Bartlay.

http://realbusiness.co.uk/article/26399-how-to-source-the-best-staff

 

2B Interface’s Harlow office specialises in construction projects and has responded to the current skills shortage..

2014-04-01 08:54

2B Interface’s Harlow office specialises in construction projects and has responded to the current skills shortage in the sector to provide fully qualified and reliable staff. Based within close proximity to both East London and Essex,


http://www.buildingconstructiondesign.co.uk/news/2b-interface-enhances-construction-services-as-demand-for-skills-skyrockets/

How to make holidays happen? Switching off and taking time out from running a company is a challenge for many entrepreneurs.

2014-03-25 17:07

Seasonal swings
Business owners know their busy periods and know when there’s a lull in activity. The latter is obviously the best time to book holidays. Staff should also be aware of when they are going to be needed. According to Beatrice Bartlay, founder and managing director of recruitment agency 2B Interface, planning and discussions with staff are paramount. "Every business has seasonal swings, so my workforce knows to plan their holidays around those. We also plan and organise in advance. This way there’s always a senior member of the team to help customers and enquiries.
http://www.rbs-businesssense.co.uk/taking-a-holiday.html

Demand for shop-fitting skills is clue to high street in-store investment

2014-02-26 20:20

Following the last Grimsey review, which highlighted the increase in online shopping spend and the continually depleting high street footfall, retailers are under pressure to adapt to, and drive new consumer habits. 

But it seems that they are not forgetting their bricks and mortar roots, as recruitment specialist to the shop-fitting industry, Beatrice Bartlay, believes that an increase in demand for specialist skills in shop-fitting demonstrates a clear trend that retailers are slowly re-investing in the physical retailing experience.
 
http://www.recruitment-international.co.uk/news/demand-for-shop-fitting-skills-is-clue-to-high-street-in-store-investment-21825.htm

Skills Shortage is Huge Opportunity for Women to Enter Manufacturing Sector

2014-02-12 18:49

Fresh perspective needed on non-traditional roles as industry cries out for talent, says manufacturing recruitment specialist.The latest figures announced by the UK Commission for Employment and Skills revealed that the sharpest rises in skills shortages fell into the manufacturing, plumbing and electrical engineering sectors.

Beatrice Bartlay, entrepreneur and recruitment expert in manufacturing and shopfitting, entered the market in 2005 because of a distinct lack of skilled workers available on a permanent and temporary basis in these sectors. Bartlay says that only a minority of female workers are registered on the books of her recruitment firm, 2B Interface, and it is epidemic within those industries with the skills gap, despite specialist training courses for women being available...

http://recruitmentbuzz.co.uk/skills-shortage-is-huge-opportunity-for-women-to-enter-manufacturing-sector/

HIRING! New Business Development Executive Luton

2014-01-08 20:50

HIRING! New Business Development Executive Luton - A successful candidate must be experienced sales person with a good track of previous sales within manufacturing recruitment market, must have own car. Salary 20K basic with an excellent bonus based on sales. CV to : 2B Interface Ltd. at: job@2binterface.com Closing date: 31/ 01/2014 Starting date: February

Start a successful recruitment agency today.Over the years we have developed a unique, extremely cost effective ..

2014-01-06 14:33

Over the years we have developed a unique, extremely cost effective and profitable recruitment solution that has earned us multiple industry rewards. We are now ready to offer our successful model as a ready-to-use franchise for others to make a successful business.https://www.franchiseinfo.co.uk/franchise-pages/premier/2B-Interface

Entrepreneur offers startup tips

2013-11-19 09:05

The business owner gives advice to new firms ahead of global entrepreneurship week.
Ahead of Global Entrepreneurship Week, the managing sirector of specialist staffing firm, 2B Interface has said that the devil is in the detail when it comes to getting through a start-up’s ‘rocky first year’, before success can be realised.

 
http://www.recruitment-international.co.uk/news/entrepreneur-offers-startup-tips--20791.htm

Look after smaller businesses to keep recruitment innovative

2013-11-18 17:45

Recruitment agencies form a diverse sector. Running the gamut of large multinational, multi-sector staffing businesses, medium-sized companies with offices in a range of locations and smaller-sized enterprises with one or two branches, the industry embraces all kinds of organisation.

http://www.recruitmentagencynow.com/look-after-smaller-businesses-to-keep-recruitment-innovative/

Females Up In FTSE 100, But MBA Gender Diversity Remains A Long Way Off

2013-11-14 12:55

Because Business

Female MBAs hoping to launch careers in Europe will be pleased to hear that the UK’s biggest firms are on course to hit 2015 targets to increase the number of women in their boardrooms. But they are still failing to hire women for executive roles, according to a report released last week.

The latest figures, from Cranfield School of Management, show that women now make up 19 per cent of FTSE 100 and 15 per cent of FTSE 250 board positions, the highest female proportion in more than a decade.

http://www.businessbecause.com/news/mba-careers/2225/females-ftse-mba-gender-diversity-remains-long-way-off

 

Small business issues champion 2B Interface becomes signatory to ICM’s Prompt Payment Code

2013-11-12 12:49

As awareness of the damage being done to Britain’s small businesses by late payments increases in both industry and government, 2B Interface, a specialist staffing agency led by entrepreneur Beatrice Bartlay, has become a signatory to the Institute of Credit Management’s (ICM) Prompt Payment Code (PPC).

Business Credit Management
http://www.creditman.biz/uk/members/news-view.asp?newsviewID=18973

2B Interface celebrates opening of new site in Harlow

2013-10-14 13:02

2B Interface has launched its fourth site in Harlow following growing demand for its services. Beatrice Bartlay, Managing Director and Founder of 2B Interface, delivered a speech at the celebration, declaring: “2B Interface was set up to help businesses find the specialist tradesmen they require. That was 10 years ago – the beginnings were modest and the objectives were simple, but since then, the company has grown beyond my wildest dreams.

“Harlow is the first step towards nationwide expansion and Harlow is the place to be. It’s a fantastic business hub and a great mixture of small, medium and large manufacturing companies and we want to be a central part of Harlow business life.”

http://www.thebiponline.co.uk/bip/2b-interface-celebrates-opening-of-new-site-in-harlow/

 

 

2B Interface to attend Harlow Jobs Fair Leisurezone, Essex on 11th October 2013.

2013-09-23 16:50

We will be attending the second annual jobs fair in Harlow. Don’t miss seeing us for your entire temporary or permanent staff needs; we are the experts within the joinery and metalwork sector. Come and see us for a friendly chat, you will be glad you did!
 

 

We are exhibiting at Franchise Opportunities, Live Radisson Blu Edwardian, Heathrow 06 - 07 September 13

2013-08-17 11:38
If you wish to be your own boss running your own company using a profitable business model; and if you are ready for a long term commitment, a financial investment combined with a hardworking and running a customer-orientated business; and if you are of good character, have enthusiasm, common sense, an entrepreneurial spirit and wish to duplicate our success, then please contact us at our Bedford office as your first step to a financially rewarding and satisfying future. The ideal candidate will be:•Small recruitment agencies with no specific structure in place•Those who are already working in the recruitment industry for industrial customers, supplying temporary and permanent staff•Sales personnel from the manufacturing industryFor more information please email us at info@2binterface.com

2B Interface drives expansion with opening of new site.

2013-08-15 19:47

We’re excited to be opening a new site, through taking advantage of our strong market position and the opportunities available within the recruitment sector and plan to franchise the branch immediately. Harlow is a fantastic business hub with a real mix of small, medium and large blue chip companies and we’re pleased to be able to join that group of successful businesses in the area.We already have a number of clients in the Harlow area and have begun a dialogue with potential clients too.
 
With employment confidence steadily growing and currently at its highest figure since the recession hit in 2008, the launch comes at a great time to further help employers find the right staff for their specific needs.

We’ve seen an increasing demand for our services over the past few years and the opening of the new branch in Harlow will extend our offerings even further, marking the first step to a rapid nationwide expansion.

Trading of the new site begins on 1st September 2013 and the launch party will be held on 17th October 2013.

2B in Essex. The only way is Harlow.

2013-07-26 00:22
To meet the growing demand for our services, we are pleased to announce that in September we are opening our office in Harlow.  It is the first step to a rapid nationwide expansion.  We are taking advantage of our strong market position and opportunities available in the recruitment market.  Since our launch in 2005, 2B Interface has successfully provided POP and POS companies with fully qualified, cost effective temporary and permanent staff.For any further information, please contact our us at info@2binterface.com

Small Business Woman of The Week. The Independent

2013-06-25 13:56
I launched the business in February 2005:we're a recruitment agency specialising in staff in the shopfitting industry, so it is very niche. I'd been running a public relations agency, but I wanted to do something bigger and more challenging....http://www.independent.co.uk/news/business/sme/small-talk-its-time-smes-got-a-better-deal-on-banks-competition-8670453.html

We are looking to recruit franchisees. To meet the growing demand for our services, we are planning a rapid.....

2013-05-08 23:10

To meet the growing demand for our services, we are planning a rapid nationwide franchisee expansion to take advantage of our strong market position and opportunities available in the recruitment market.
We offer franchisees a successful proven business model with a healthy revenue option right from the outset boosting early cash flow.
Over the years we have developed a unique, extremely cost effective and profitable recruitment solution which has earned us multiplied industry rewards that we are now ready to offer as a ready-to-use franchise for others to make a successful business.
Becoming our Franchisee is not for everyone. However, if you wish to be your own boss running your own company using a profitable business model; and if you are ready for a long term commitment, a financial investment combined with a hardworking and running a customer-orientated business; and if you are of good character, have enthusiasm, common sense, an entrepreneurial spirit and wish to duplicate our success, then please contact us at our Bedford office as your first step to a financially rewarding and satisfying future.

Late payment ‘trend’ is ludicrous. Larger companies are crippling SMEs by paying late.

2013-04-04 19:23

Larger companies are crippling SMEs by paying late, and insisting on unfeasibly long payment terms with ‘ludicrous’ extras such as imposed discounts, says Beatrice Bartlay.
Bartlay argued that if the same terms were imposed upon these firms’ employees, it would bring companies to their knees in moments.

Bartlay, Managing Director of 2B Interface, set the scene: “It’s the last working day of the month and you’re anxiously waiting for your wage slip after a hard month’s slog at your desk. Your FD comes along and says that you will get paid, but not for 30 more days and – by the way – they will be taking two per cent from your salary for the privilege of working for their company and having it on your CV. After all, you should be grateful you’re getting paid in the first place, and oh, didn’t you check your contract?

“The employee wouldn’t stand for it! The unions would have a field day and hundreds of companies cease trading with furious employees who can’t pay their mortgages,” she said.
Bartlay continued: “So what’s the difference between this and the daily battle SMEs in this country have with companies that fail to pay on time, with some of them even insisting on cut prices just for the ‘honour’ of working with them?
The Department for Business, Innovations and Skills announced amended late payment legislation in mid-March 2013, but Bartlay says it won’t stop larger companies flexing their big branded muscles when it comes to negotiating terms at contract stage. The legislation states that 60 days is the maximum timeframe acceptable to pay suppliers.

Bartlay concluded: “60 days is unacceptable to many owner managers. After all, I can guarantee that if they didn’t pay their tax on time they would see the backhand of the taxman. We have to call for a tighter 30 days as the industry norm for payment periods. The first few years for an SME are a telling one, and they’ll only survive on a decent cash flow. Why hinder what is great about Britain with the masses of innovation and bright young start-ups with something as simple as not being paid for what was delivered?”

Combating Late Payment in Commercial Transactions Directive

2013-03-22 13:50

The late payment legislation came into force on 16th March 2013, implementing European Directive 2011/7/EU on Combating Late Payment in Commercial Transactions. The amended legislation will make pursuing payment a simpler process across the European Union, reducing the culture of paying late and making paying on time the norm.

Under the new rules, debtors will be forced to pay interest and reimburse the reasonable recovery costs of the creditor, if they do not pay for goods and services on time (60 days for business and 30 days for public authorities).

Professional recruiters see mixed demand for staff

2013-03-18 22:50

According to the Staffing Industry Analysts (the global advisor on contingent work) the latest data from The Association of Professional Staffing Companies (APSCo) and Staffing Industry Analysts reveals a mixed picture for the professional temporary and permanent recruitment markets.

While temporary placements rose by +4.5% in January, vacancies fell by -4.5% on the prior year. The downward trend accelerated in the permanent staffing market with placements dropping by an annual -4.5%, and vacancies by -8.8%. Demand for permanent staff was down sharply in London and the South East.

Temporary staffing appears to be more resilient with recent figures by the Office for National Statistics also showing that over a third of new jobs within the economy are classed as temporary.
Chief executive of APSCo, Ann Swain, said: “While one swallow does not make a summer, this latest data does seem to suggest a slight thawing of the bleak conditions experienced by professional job seekers over recent years.

“It is important to recognise that temporary placements within the professional sectors such as engineering, IT and finance do not equate to short term cover assignments but rather to longer term contract and project work offering not only a viable alternative to those seeking permanent employment but also a great deal of flexibility to both employers and employees.”

John Nurthen, executive director at Staffing Industry Analysts, said short-term engineering and IT contractors were particularly in demand. “Once again, we have seen slower demand for full-time personnel being counterbalanced by increased usage of temporary and contract workers across all professional job categories.

“Staffing firms have been successfully finding work for their IT contractors since the beginning of 2011 and this sector remains the most solid. Engineering contractors have also benefited from a stronger environment since the autumn and there are some signs now that finance and accounting may at last have begun to stabilise.”

UK Job market improves but salaries drop.

2013-03-05 17:19

According to the Staffing Industry Analysts (the global advisor on contingent work), the UK job market is showing signs of improvement as the number of vacancies has risen to nearly 500,000, a +4% increase when compared to six months ago. Over a fifth of the jobs are part-time roles, according to the last job index by Adzuna.

“It’s been a fairly positive start to the year, with solid vacancy figures showing the labour market is relatively robust, despite the looming threat of a triple-dip recession,” said Adzuna co-founder Andrew Hunter.

But he warned that many parts of the UK, such as the East Midlands and Yorkshire, remain in crisis with job stock numbers dwindling and average wages decreasing. Youth unemployment also remains a major concern.

The index found that competition for jobs fell by -3% last month. Southern cities dominate the hotspot list while Aberdeen and Manchester are real pockets of opportunity north of the border.

Average salaries across the UK are significantly lower than during the highs of the summer last year, falling by -4.4% to £33,166 per annum. Wales & the North West of England are the worst paying regions in the UK with average advertised salaries in February of £24,661 and £27,778, respectively.

UK Job growth to continue, temporary recruitment in demand.

2013-03-01 12:33

According to the Staffing Industry Analysts (the global advisor on contingent work) fears of a triple dip recession have failed to make a dent in employer confidence on hiring decisions in 2013, according to the latest survey of 600 employers from the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC).

The new JobsOutlook report found that the UK job market is likely to continue to grow over the next year, bringing positive news for people looking for temporary work.

Just over a third (36%) of employers plan to increase their use of agency workers in the next three months and over half (53%) intend to maintain current numbers. Around 35% want to increase their use of agency workers in the next 4-12 month period. An additional 57% said they will maintain their current level of use of agency workers through to the start of 2014.

REC director of policy Tom Hadley said that employers are feeling more confident than a year ago. “Our data indicates that the resilience of the UK jobs market is set to continue and there is good news for people seeking temporary work with the vast majority of employers planning to increase or maintain their use of agency staff,” he said.

“This month’s survey also highlights the growing demand for certain skills and the race for talent in certain areas like technical, engineering and the professional and managerial sectors.”

The survey questioned employers about their hiring intentions over the next quarter and the next year.

UK unemployment has fallen and the labour market is beginning to show signs of improvement.

2013-02-22 08:30

According to the Staffing Industry Analysts (the global advisor on contingent work) UK unemployment has fallen and the labour market is beginning to show signs of improvement. In the four months to December unemployment dropped and employment rates rose:

The Office for National Statistics (ONS) reported that the employment rate in the period was 71.5%, up +1.1% on a year earlier. There were 29.73 million people in employment, an increase of 584,000 from a year ago. The ONS also said there was a 394,000 rise in the number of people working full-time, the largest annual increase since 2005. Employment was highest in the South East and lowest in the North East.

Meanwhile unemployment fell by an annual -0.6% to 7.8% with 2.50 million people reported to be out of work in the four-month period. The South West posted the lowest unemployment rate while the North East saw the highest unemployment figures.

We are very pleased to announce our 8th anniversary.Over the years we have developed a very good relationship...

2013-01-31 17:16

Over the years we have developed a very good relationship with our clients and we are proud of our achievements in spite of the difficult economic conditions.
We have enjoyed strong growth and positive feedback from customers:
“Our very best for all the help that 2B have given me. We have a good group of people here.”
We remain confident of future expansion whilst maintaining our unsurpassed service and look forward to our 9th anniversary with continued success for all our customers and friends.

We have had a great year and I just wanted to drop you a quick line to say “thank you” ....

2012-11-26 14:06

We have had a great year and I just wanted to drop you a quick line to say “thank you” for your hard work and for dealing with my unreasonable requests so quickly and efficiently.

2BI have been a very important supplier to our company and have contributed massively to our success.

Thanks again and I am sure we will be in touch soon for more temporary workers

Any labour requirements? If you may have any labour requirements such as joiners, CNC people, sprayers.....

2012-06-15 18:15

Just a brief message to see if you may have any labour requirements such as joiners, CNC people, sprayers, welders, metal workers fabricators etc.For any requirements big or small, please do not hesitate to contact directly via email sales@2binterface.com or on 0800 4334949

ISO 9001:2000 Approved.

2012-05-07 12:30

We are proud to announce that 2B Interface has been approved to ISO 9001:2000 certification. This achievement helps us to accomplish our corporate goals. Through a process of continuous improvement, we aim to deliver a first class service to our clients.

We would like to share with our clients the commitment, perseverance, experience and effort by all of our employees.

We would like to take this opportunity to extend our most sincere gratitude to our all our clients. The feedback provided by our clients has proven invaluable in our improvement process. The satisfaction of our clients is our primary concern.

We support SDEA AGM and Networking Event

2012-03-16 15:50

This year's AGM will be held on Wednesday 25th April at L’Escargot, one of celebrity chef Marco Pierre White’s restaurants in Greek Street, Soho. The day will encompass the AGM along with a presentation by Tristram Mayhew, the founder of Go Ape, whose pioneering venture into tree top high wire adventures has been so successful.

For more details please visit www.shopdisplay.org

We are celebrating our 7th birthday. For past 7 years our goal has been to be instrumental in providing bespoke recruitment services to joinery, acrylic and metal work manufacturers.

2012-01-26 18:40

For past 7 years our goal has been to be instrumental in providing bespoke recruitment services to joinery, acrylic and metal work manufacturers. During this period our company has expanded beyond its London office, and now operates nationwide. We continue with our philosophy of providing the right recruitment formula to solve our clients recruitment problems.

" Quality service and a customer-first approach," said Beatrice Bartlay MD of 2B Interface Ltd. "That is what made us successful over the years, and that is why our clients keep coming back to us. We have never wavered from this approach and it will continue to be our guide for the future."

Thank you to all our customers for doing business with us.

Happy New Year

2011-12-23 10:41

Best wishes to you and your families for a very Happy and a prosperous New Year.
2B Interface Team

 

Wondering whether you should go to the In-store Show at Olympia?

2011-06-13 12:44

Don’t miss seeing 2B Interface at stand C231 for your entire temporary or permanent staff needs; we are the experts within the shop fitting sector.

Join us in celebrating 7 years of success supplying staff to the shop fitting and manufacturing trades and receive 3% or 5% off your first 3 invoices!

Come and see us for a friendly chat, you will be glad you did!

 

 

 

 

The In-Store Show London

2011-05-03 10:55

The In-Store Show London

2B Interface is pleased to announce that we will be exhibiting at the In-store Show from 29th – 30th June 2011 at the Olympia Exhibition Centre in Hammersmith Road, London.  Our stand number is C231. 

This is our 7th year that we have been supplying staff to the shopfitting industry and we would like to invite you to visit our stand for a chat and to learn about what we have to offer.

http://www.instoreshow.co.uk/registration.aspx

We look forward to seeing you there.

 

Carbon Footprint Policy

2011-04-15 08:37

Carbon Footprint Policy Statement

It is the stated policy of 2B Interface Limited to reduce its environment impact wherever practical. Carbon reducing measures form an integral part of 2B Interface’s overall strategy, helping to improve both operational performance and a reduction in potentially harmful emissions to land, water and air.  Our current medium-term plan is to gather information to quantify its carbon footprint by 1st May 2011 and thereafter to set a realistic yet challenging target to reduce its carbon foot print next years.
 
To help achieve this, 2B Interface will:
1)         Minimise waste, promote recycling and the use of recycled products to help reduce the burden of landfill and therefore methane generation.
2)        Promote environmental awareness and responsibility amongst employees, partners, contractors and service users and encourage to reduce their carbon footprint. 
3)         Evaluate and where possible adopt means of reducing travelling including ideas such as video conferencing. 
4)        Evaluate the potential benefits of home-working.      
5)        Expect partners and suppliers to have credible, measurable carbon footprint policies.   
6)        Using of the most up-to-date energy efficient appliances. 
7)        The use of public transport wherever practical. 

This policy clearly identifies the responsibilities and procedures for achieving 2B Interface’s Ltd. stated objectives in all aspects of its activities leading to improved environmental performance, including reductions in both CO² and methane.

 

 

2B Interface in Scotland

2011-03-29 13:40

We are delighted to announce that 2B Interface Ltd. has just opened a new branch in Airdrie, Scotland.
We are a fast growing recruitment and employment agency with well planned growth strategy. The new Scottish office is a first expansion programme for 2011. Its doors will open to employers and jobseekers by end-May.

 

 

Our 6th birthday

2011-02-01 19:46

We are so pleased to be celebrating our sixth birthday today. It’s been challenging but rewarding to get where we are today and we are looking forward to developing our business further. We grew the company by 200% in the last financial year and made the entire annual sales target in the first quarter of last year so we are optimistic about the future.”


The Autosport International Show 13th – 14th January

2011-01-04 14:31

2B Interface is pleased to announce that it will be exhibiting at the Autosport International show from 13th – 14th January at the NEC in Birmingham, stand number E852, Hall 9. 

After the first day of the exhibition, 2B Interface will be an “Official Supporter” and will host the VIP Champagne Reception at the MIA Awards Dinner on the 13th January where Managing Director, Beatrice Bartlay, will present the Service to the Industry Award at the ceremony.

Win a one-night stay for 2, with breakfast, at Charing Cross Hotel.*

For your chance to win all you need to do is to visit our stand and simply place your details into the glass bowl provided.Draw date Friday, 14th January at 2.00 pm.  The winner will be informed immediately via mobile number provided.

We hope to see you there!

*Offer valid for 6 months (subject to availability).  Does not include Wimbledon and London Fashion Week.

 

Expansion Into Motor Sports Industry

2010-12-15 15:47

Flexible, bespoke employment solution for whole vehicle assembly launched


2B Interface, the broad-ranging staffing and recruitment agency providing manual, skilled, office and management personnel has launched a new bespoke service for the motor sports industry.

2B Interface has the experience in supplying versatile, adaptable, technically literate, temporary staff with skills relevant to the specification, design, simulation and test of the motor sports industry. These roles include GRP laminators, welders,CNC operators and metal-worker fabricators.

Beatrice Bartlay, managing director, 2B Interface, stated: “The UK is at the forefront of the global motor sports industry, and is amongst the earliest adopters of emerging technologies. The industry is continuing to experience rapid technological change driven by the use of modern computer based design and manufacturing technologies.  As a result there is a growing shortage of workers who have the skills of whole vehicle assembly.”

 

New Telephone Number

2010-11-18 14:26

We are pleased to announce that we have made improvements to our services and have a new telephone number.  With effect from 1st December 2010, our new main telephone number is +44 (0) 800 443 4949.  We now also have direct dial numbers. All other 2B Interface details will remain unaltered.

 

Corporate Identity Manual

2010-11-10 11:58

2B Interface is pleased to announce the re-launch of its 2B Corporate Identity Manual, which was created to provide all 2B Interface employees, partners and customers with a clear set of guidelines for producing, programming, designing or writing anything related to 2B Interface.  Consistency in communication is essential in maintaining good brand management.

 

Voyage of discovery at 2B Interface

2010-10-17 19:08

Over the past couple of months 2B Interface has worked on delivering one of the most comprehensive and advanced IT systems for a business in the recruitment industry.

It is not only delivering incredible cost savings throughout the business, but it was designed to protect the existing investment in its legacy systems while improving business processes. The solution is now mission critical and will grow as the business itself grows future proofing the investment the company has made. It has taken six months to install and 2B Interface is expecting a return on investment within another six months.

Improved customer and employee relationship management is one of the biggest benefits already experienced by 2B Interface with the company seeing improved levels of productivity, lower operational costs and increased visibility of vital management information.

 

Bespoke employment solution for defence contractors and suppliers

2010-08-04 15:11

‘Value for money’ lies at the heart of the Strategic Defence Review and at the 2B Interface solution

2B Interface, the broad-ranging staffing and recruitment agency providing manual, skilled, office and management personnel from Britain and many other countries, has launched a new bespoke service for the defence sector and its first and second tier contractors.

Launched at the recent Farnborough Air Show, the new service encompasses a range of temporary staff with relevant skills including office, managerial, and manufacturing.

The UK defence budget currently stands at 5.8% of total government expenditure and is one of the departments of state that has not seen its budget ring-fenced as part of the forthcoming Comprehensive Spending Review. According to the latest figures (2007), the UK is the second highest spender (in cash terms) on Defence in the world behind only the United States. At 2.5% (2006) of GDP, the Defence Spending of the UK is above the NATO European average.

Beatrice Bartlay, Managing Director, 2B Interface, stated: “The Ministry of Defence is committed to making value for money savings worth £2.7bn over the CSR period to reinvest in Defence. Initiatives to achieve this include: a 5% year-on-year reduction in the MoD’s administrative overhead, including a 25% saving in the Department’s Head Office in London and the continued simplification of single Service Budgetary and headquarters structures. And this is what we know now about now,”

“The Comprehensive Spending Review will call for even greater budget reductions. For contractors to the MoD what will rapidly become paramount will be the need to deliver cost-effective solutions in everything they supply from front line hardware, to repairs and maintenance.”

According to the latest press reports the army may be expected to offer to put much of its current heavy tank and artillery capability into storage, while the navy will expect to see reductions in its current fleet and in future orders for Type-45 destroyers and the Type-26 frigate, which has not yet been build and is not expected to see service until 2026. 

Quality proved - ISO 9001 for 2B Interface

2010-05-09 22:27

Following an assessment by an independent body, 2B Interface Ltd has been awarded ISO 9001 certification. This certification has only been achieved by about 5% of UK businesses and this prestigious award is supported by the Government and recognised world-wide.
We have always been proud of the service we offer our clients and the way that we conduct our business. Now with the award of ISO 9001 certification, this has been confirmed by outside experts who are used to judging standards on a daily basis in a wide variety of trades and industries’.
Andrew Detchfield, who undertook the assessment for QMS Quality Management Systems, paid particular tribute to ‘the investment in people and training that enables 2B Interface to provide an efficient service to their customers’.

 

Office Eyensteins TM celebrate the 5th Anniversary of 2B Interface

2010-03-17 09:15

 

For our 5th Anniversary, we are excited to announce the launch of our new and unique service ‘Office Eyensteins’ TM.  2B Interface proudly offers ‘Office Eyensteins’ TM as the complete answer to the temporary PA or Receptionist requirements.

Who Office Eyensteins TM are?  They are intelligent, professionally trained and immaculately groomed, multilingual secretaries, who are qualified in all Microsoft programs. 

Office Eyensteins TM are well mannered and articulate; the ideal ephemeral staff, who are competent in professionally representing the face of any company in any spoken language.

 

We support people with multiple sclerosis

2010-02-24 10:17

 

The Docklands Fash & Fun Foundation was set up in May 2007 in Docklands. With the generous support of local business people we collect funds for MS Charities.
The first show in October 2007 was a huge success, featuring a glamorous catwalk display with professional and amateur models, a sensational jazz singer, live bands, exhibition dance troupes, a charity raffle with many prizes and surprise stunts plus refreshments and dancing for the audience.
This year’s show will take place in the 4 star luxury Radisson Edwardian Hotel New Providence Wharf on Wednesday 24th February starting at 7pm.

How To Give?
Your donation could help people with multiple sclerosis. Please give whatever you can. Thank you. Donations can be made by emailing: office@fashandfun.co.uk
Cheques in favour of The Docklands Fash & Fun Show should be posted to:

The Docklands Fash & Fun Show
2 Admirals Way
Marsh Wall
London E14 9XG
or
Bank Transfer can be made to:
Barclays Sort Code: 20 31 52, Account No: 10390348

We won the Best Innovation Award

2010-01-18 13:55

2B Interface maintains success, scooping up yet another award from the Best Business Awards 2009.  

We won the Best Innovation Award for our flexible tailoring of recruitment arrangements, helping British industry get back onto its feet.  2B Interface continue to stand out from all other specialist recruitment agencies due to our unique style, innovative adaptive terms and a willingness to partner the clients to achieve mutual success.