Recruiter of the Week: the Retiring Mark London!

This week’s Top Echelon Recruiter of the Week is a veteran of the recruiting industry. He’s a veteran of Top Echelon Network. And he recently announced his retirement.

That recruiter is Mark London of Command Consultants, Inc.!

Mark London: 28 years and $650K

Mark started in the recruiting profession in 1981. He and his recruiting agency joined the Network on August 22, 1990. Working heavily in the sales and sales management areas, Mark made 76 placements in Top Echelon’s recruiting network. Those placements generated over $650K in billings for Mark.

Mark recently announced his retirement in the Discussion Forum of the Members’ Area. Below is the message that he posted to Network Members:

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After 32 years in the search business, the past 28 with TE, I think it’s time to hang up the phone, so to speak.

Mark London of Command Consultants, Inc.

Mark London

I’m planning on spending more time teaching sailing and training our new nine-week old Border Collie, Shayna, since the devastating loss of our seven-year old “lab-experiment” Bubba on [March 9].

Bubba was a one-of-a-kind dog. He he excelled in K9 Nose Work, loved dock diving at the lake, hikes, and cheering up the old folks at the assisted living facility when on walks. Bubba made it into the Hall of Fame on the first ballot!

I’d like to think I will be able to “retire” from the desk, but who knows what the future will bring. What’s that old axiom? “Man plans and God laughs.”

I’ve enjoyed working with many of my TE trading partners and have even developed lasting friendships with some. Who ever thought this city boy would wind up riding horses with Carolyn Barcus in Oklahoma?!

It was indeed a fun ride . . .

All the best.


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We at Top Echelon can’t thank Mark enough for his commitment and loyalty to the Network. Top Echelon Network recently celebrated its 30th anniversary, and Mark has been with us for 28 of those years. He’s been with us through the good times, the bad times, and all the times in between.

So we wish Mark the best of luck in retirement. He was truly a model Top Echelon Network member and a “cream of the crop” recruiter. He will be missed!

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