We are a Level 1 BBBEE HR solutions company established in 2015

The battle for talent acquisition and retention creates challenges and distractions for even the most forward thinking organizations.  Powered by an effective engagement model and talent  acquisition strategy we are positioned to provide the best candidates for our client.

We offer the following services to our clients:-

Contingency recruitment: for supervisors to management professionals.

Executive Search: for board members and  executive professionals.

Project based recruitment: through our subsidiary company  BeedHub an online platform for readily available  professionals looking for project based work or fixed term contracts.

Training & Development

Our staffing solutions are made to save time, cost-of-hire and improving talent retention by ensuring thorough understanding of client needs, screening & process management including aftersales methods.


Shark Tank Analogy (Piranha Strategy)

There are big names the industry that offer once of service at high Fees because they have been in the industry for decades, what they seem to forget is that (Legacy systems used back in 2000’s are no longer in use as new technology and innovations are available). So to say you have been around does not necessary give your business the edge.

Piranha Strategy Explained

A shark bites its prey grabs a limb and its done. However, due to a Piranha’s size and speed, it works in teams to devour its prey. (Effective collaboration is a key).

As a Business we would rather have negotiated fees, offering high quality services that afford us repeat business and business unit referrals while building long lasting relationships with our clients and candidates.

Our Philosophy


Like any plant, growth of the Chinese Bamboo Tree requires nurturing – water, fertile soil, sunshine. In its first year, we see no visible signs of activity. In the second year, again, no growth above the soil…On average The Chinese Bamboo Tree grows 24 metres in just six weeks on the 3rd year!

“Trust the Process”