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Calling all tree working companies based around Sheffield-Nottingham-Doncaster-Lincoln areas are you looking for a chance to have networking events in your area where you can discuss topics related to our industry and meet like minded business owners who want to grow their business? Leave a comment with your company name and area for an invitation to a free event held in your area
Hawke Recruitment will provide anyone who can tell us or knows someone that would be well suited for the roles we have posted on arb talk with a referral fee or gift package send to your home. Kind Regards Charlie Provan CEO of Hawke Recruitment 07434918502
Hi all, Me and my friend are planning on starting a partnership (unlimited) next year. we both work in the horticultural sector but as employees only, no managerial experience. We are planning on working for both private home owners and the local authorities, purely grounds maintenance. can anyone tell us what licenses and/or qualifications we will need to work for these clients. eg waste carrier license ect Sorry if we sound stupid on here, we know what the work entails as we do it on a daily basis but we do not know the legal/ paper work side of it. thankyou for you time any help/advice is appreciated. based in oxfordshire
Hi all, I'm an arb of 5 years eperience, and former regular to arbtalk.com but have been out of the game for a few years due to a shift to a different industry. I'm missing the work, and was wondering if there is any scope to get back into it part-time. A few ideas I'm toying with are: Becoming a gun for hire (although I'm a bit rusty); Getting work with an arb firm on weekends and when I can get leave from my day job; Setting up as a sole trader (Have Saws, PPE, Tickets, Climbing kit, but no van or chipper) and doing smaller domestic work, including some gardening if neccessary. Can anyone offer some advice, and whether setting up a business just to do 0-20 hours work a week is viable. Thanks in advance, Gareth