We turned 5!

Albert Bow turns 5

5 years in the business world is no small feat, and for our recruitment company, it’s a milestone worth celebrating! Despite the challenges over the last few years, we’ve managed to not only survive but thrive.   As the world faced the unprecedented challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, many businesses were forced to close their … Read more

Ride for Mind

This year we are going to complete a challenge many of us only dream of undertaking. We are going to cycle from London to Paris. There will be two team taking part – one trying to complete this cycle within 24 hours and another completing the challenge in 3 days with a total distance of … Read more

Ed’s First 6 months in Recruitment


Ed Langdon joined Albert Bow in March 2022 after 9+ years of sales experience with a special focus on business development. Ed quickly became an integral part of the team always bringing positivity to our mornings!

Why did you join AB?

I joined Albert Bow for an opportunity to work in a proactive and competitive environment, with other like minded people. I was also really attracted to working in Technology, as the world continues to move in this direction.

How have you found your first six months?

I have loved my first 6 months at Albert Bow and feel like a key member of the team. It’s such a good environment and place to work with other driven people. The office is always great fun with the dogs around – and music on throughout the day.

What have been the highlights of your first six months?

I would say my highlights have been bringing on numerous new businesses and getting that first deal across the line! Other than that, securing one of the curved screens on my desktop, was another win.

What has been the biggest challenge?

For me, the biggest challenge has been some of the bad luck in processes that I have been working on. However, from that I have been able to take a lot of learnings on how to potentially avoid or look out for potential ‘hiccups’ in the future. This coupled with strong support from the rest of the team, has made facing my challenges a little easier.

Why would you encourage a potential new hire to join AB?

One of the things that I have been most impressed by at Albert Bow is the continued access to a) learning and b) support – which sets AB aside from others. The training offering to continue to develop skills is really helpful in keeping you at the top of your game. Alongside this, there is always someone on hand to give advice and direction from the top, down.

What’s the one piece of advice you’d give someone joining AB?

Get your day organised and be strict with your timings! Make sure you leave at night, with things lined up already for the next day.

What has been the best piece of information/training you have been through since you started?

The best piece of training I have had – ‘Ask the question and zip it!’

This advice was actioned quite quickly and has remarkably improved my ability to get fantastic information from a candidate.

What is the most satisfying aspect of your role?

Meeting a candidate face to face, having a coffee or a beer with a mutual common goal. You actually become quite important to that person and visa-versa.

What advice would you give to others considering recruitment?

If you are really keen on talking to people, you have a good phone nature and you want to succeed in a fun environment, this is certainly the place for you.



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The entire company will be running or walking at least 60km each over the month. That’s 60km for the 60 men we lose to suicide, each hour, every hour across the world.

Fall in love with your job (again)

Being a recruiter, we always are looking for someone to start a new position – preferably the one we are pitching to them at that time. But sometimes it can only take a few little changes to your life in order to make you fall in love with your current job again.