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FORCESELECT IDENTIFIED AS ONE OF UKS BRIGHTEST NEW BUSINESSES IN NEW SURVEY ForceSelect, the UKs leading military service leaver recruitment consultancy, is proud to have been selected as one of the UKs most dynamic and innovative new businesses in the recently published Startups 100 list.Startups 100, organised by the, the UKs most popular website for small businesses, celebrates the 100 most exciting and promising new businesses and entrepreneurs shaping the start-up market right now. ForceSelect, which was launched in March 2010, provides job opportunities and mentoring for military service leavers and donates funds to the ForceSelect Foundation which helps smaller military charities in the UK. ForceSelect CEO Hugh Andre said: We are delighted that ForceSelect has been identified as one of the most exciting new businesses to launch this year. It is a testament to the hard work we are putting in to provide opportunities for military service leavers across the UK. Employing former service men and women can help the economy get back on its feet and provides British businesses with highly motivated and skilled individuals who have served our country so proudly. Sara Rizk, editor,, added: Were incredibly proud to have ForceSelect on our list of the UKs most innovative and dynamic new businesses and look forward to watching its continued success. In choosing the Startups 100, the team were looking for businesses and entrepreneurs that demonstrated: Innovation, in concept or delivery Ability to disrupt existing market places Growth potential Strong management, bright thinkers Evidence of existing or future revenues The news is the latest boost to the success of ForceSelect, which has more than 5,000 service men and women on its books. All ForceSelect recruitment staff have a military background and official partners include British Gas and UPS.ForceSelect directors include bestselling author and SAS hero Andy McNab and former Chief of the General Staff General Sir Mike Jackson while Dame Kelly Holmes and Rolls Royce Chief Executive Sir John Rose are amongst the ForceSelect Foundation Trustees.


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