Setting up as an interim Manager

Most Odgers Interim managers operate as limited companies, effectively setting up their own interim business. Not only is this best practice, it facilitates, we believe, an important shift in mindset from the temporary worker or sole practitioner.

We strongly recommend to interim managers that they set up and operate their interim business as a limited company rather than as a sole trader or under an umbrella company.

As the Managing Director of ‘You plc’, you would need to draw up business plans, marketing strategies, and hire an accountant to support you.  In turn we will help with your interim résumé and point you in the right direction for assistance on setting up your limited company and getting the right level of indemnity cover.

Odgers Interim provides interim managers in most disciplines across a wide spectrum of organisations in both the private and public sector. Our clients know that we will only put forward candidates who have the right skills and experience and who transact business in a professional manner. One of the most important aspects of this, for you the interim manager, is the establishment of a your own interim business as a limited company.

I have been so very impressed with the very supportive, helpful and totally professional service I have received from Odgers. I certainly recommend them to anyone who is seeking interim work.

Pauline Simpson – Head of Fundraising, Refuge

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