Recruitment agency appoints administrators

A Leicester recruitment agency has fallen into administration after just under four years of trading.

David Kemp and Richard Hunt of SFP Restructuring were appointed as joint administrators of 360 Personnel on 31 March.

The temporary staffing business employed around 26 people according to documents seen by

The firm was incorporated in 2019 and operated from an office on Bowling Green Street in Leicester city centre.

As we went to press it was unclear what caused 360 Personnel to collapse. Accounts made up to 31 March 2021 show the company owed £293,345 to creditors, including a loan of £14,518 owed to director Benjamin Coleman, who has since left the board.

According to the documents, the company was relatively well placed to manage the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic as it was “fortunate enough to be able to continue servicing customers remotely.”

The company’s website appears to be down, with the web tab on Google linking through to Companies House.