Belfast Telegraph

PRG recruitment - focusing on quality, ethics and professionalism

Anyone who runs a business, or is considering doing so, will be all too aware of how tough the economic environment is.

From the initial business formation and the accountancy and legal advice this requires, through acquiring commercial property, facilities and IT, to managing cash, identifying target customers and choosing the right marketing position, it's easy to become overwhelmed when positioning a business.

Those businesses who perform the very best are the ones whose teams achieve extraordinary results — people make the difference. Key criteria to success are; hiring, motivating, training and retaining the right staff — that's where high performance comes from.

If you could improve your effectiveness in this area, then it's time to contact PRG — a recruitment company with a focus on professionals, specialising in the areas of accountancy and finance, law and senior management. In Northern Ireland, PRG has a particular strength in manufacturing and engineering, especially food and related, sectors.

Priding itself on successfully delivering results for both clients and candidates, PRG will find the right people to help you succeed in business.

The company was launched in Scotland in 2002 and the Belfast branch followed within two years. Their track record is second to none and though still a young business they are widely acknowledged as being one of the biggest — and best — recruitment agencies in their chosen markets.

PRG's founder and CEO Steve McCutcheon said: “The depth and range of our contacts in the local market and strong links with professional bodies mean that not only do we work with many of the very best individuals and companies in Northern Ireland, but actually we have candidates and jobs which are simply not otherwise available.

“By focusing on quality, ethics and professionalism we consistently deliver success to both clients and candidates.”

To find out how PRG can help you as you set up in business, please call the Belfast team on 02890 443680, or visit

Belfast Telegraph