Our Clients

Our clients include start-ups, mid- market businesses, PE backed operations, corporates, and any organisations undergoing change that require new talent.

Many of our clients are well-known national and international businesses, and others are smaller, regional organisations that need greater support to change how they operate.

Each assignment is important to us. Our understanding of clients’ industries enables us to explore each brief and understand each employer brand to attract the best talent.

Consumer Clients

Consumer Electronics

Hybrid working has led to an increase in demand for electronics in households. Consumers are increasingly investing in wearable devices and health-related gadgets. These trends provide profitable opportunities for consumer electronics businesses. To remain competitive amidst supply-side uncertainty and fluctuating spending patterns, companies are hiring experienced talent that will facilitate innovative thinking.

Glen Dimplex LogoHusqvarna LogoDe Longhi LogoSage Appliances LogoSmeg LogoCanon LogoEnergizer Logo


Since the pandemic, demand for DIY and home improvement products has declined, as consumers are spending less time at home. To remain competitive, DIY companies are prioritising the development of robust supply chains and minimising cost increases. However, the sector continues to offer new opportunities as technology and societal trends inspire people to engage in creative and practical DIY endeavours. This is why DIY businesses are investing in talent.

Henkel LogoHusqvarna LogoFormica LogoAkzoNobel LogoHansgrohe LogoHitachi Power Tools LogoHozelock Logo


The drinks industry is constantly innovating to cater to the growing demand for low-alcohol and non-alcoholic beverages, eco-friendly and smart packaging, and direct-to-consumer sales. We collaborate with some of the most renowned brands in the drinks industry, as well as challenger brands that aspire to become tomorrow’s mass market and niche leaders. To achieve growth and establish a strong foundation for the future, all types of drinks businesses require the right talent.

Twinings LogoBetty & Taylors Group LogoCoca Cola LogoRed Bull LogoCaffe Nero LogoJacobs Douwe Egberts LogoHeineken LogoBeam Suntory LogoABinBev LogoPepsiCo LogoUnilever LogoTATA Logo

E-commerce and Retail

The e-commerce and retail sector is rapidly evolving, driven by technological advancements, changing consumer behaviours, and global events. Retail and e-commerce sites face similar and conflicting challenges to succeed, and many companies are balancing the challenges of both routes to market. It’s a highly competitive landscape under constant pressure. To compete effectively, businesses require people with new skills who can help them adapt and anticipate market developments.

Barbour LogoAldi LogoPrimark LogoBoConcept LogoSuperdry LogoStokke Logo

Fashion and Lifestyle

The lifestyle and fashion industry is heavily dependent on global supply chains, which are often disrupted by geopolitical issues or health crises, leading to significant impacts on the production and distribution of lifestyle and fashion items. To remain competitive, businesses in this sector prioritise innovation driven by seasonal changes, greater sustainability, and waste reduction. We recruit lifestyle and fashion talent across Benelux and Europe to help businesses achieve their goals.

Nike LogoSuperdry LogoChristian Dior LogoBarbour LogoYves Saint Laurent LogoCoty LogoLVMH logoHenkel LogoLR Health & Beauty LogoRituals Logo


Consumer preferences for sustainable and locally sourced food, transparent supply chains, and personalised nutrition are driving food companies to rethink their manufacturing and sales strategies. This applies to a wide range of products, including those found on chilled counters, free-from aisles, baked goods stores, and convenience shelves. Our team takes pride in assisting both established and emerging food brands in identifying and attracting top talent. We leverage our international office network to source candidates from across borders where necessary.

Orkla LogoSaputo LogoIntersnack LogoHaribo LogoQuorn Log0Froneri LogoUpfield LogoKrispy Kreme LogoArla LogoDairygold LogoKerry Foods Logo

Home and Personal Care

Despite the health crises that have limited many consumer industries in recent years, the home and personal care sector has remained buoyant. Global events continue to drive innovation in the sector, and influence how businesses are structured. Sustainability expertise alongside digital, customer experience, and supply chain skills are all in high demand.

Joseph Joseph LogoChurch & Dwight LogoJohnson and Johnson LogoProcter and Gamble LogoRituals Logo 1SC Johnson LogoAkzo Nobel LogoHG International LogoMcBride logoOrkla LogoUnilever logo


Over the past few years, homeware businesses have experienced growth due to the increasing investment in home and outdoor living products, including furniture, décor, and other home-renovation-related goods. The sector is being driven by eco-friendly design, smart home integration, and the use of natural materials. Digital and supply chain management skills are in high demand as companies seek to better manage costs and improve online visibility.

BoConcept LogoBazaar Group LogoJoseph Joseph LogoStokke LogoFormica Logo

Toys and Children

Parents are increasingly seeking engaging and enriching experiences for their children, and toys that promote creativity, imagination, and artistic expression are in high demand. To build trust and credibility in this sector, it is important to address parental concerns about screen time, digital privacy, and the educational value of toys. Companies involved in the toys and children’s goods industry require people who are mindful of societal changes and can create digital experiences that are appealing to children.

Mayborn Group logoBRIO LogoBS Toys logoHasbro LogoJumbo LogoKidKraft LogoSchleich logoSmyths LogoSuperdry logo

Industrial Clients

Industrial businesses are adapting to the challenges posed by supply chain disruptions, economic fluctuations, regulatory changes, and technological advancements by embracing digitalisation, sustainability, and automation. Manufacturing and engineering companies have diverse demands for upskilling their workforce when hiring new talent. Every organisation has different demands, and candidates require skill sets that are dependent on specific industrial subsector needs.

AAF International logoAkzoNobel LogoSiemens logoFUJIFILM logoHitachi Rail logoLEAR logoNissan logo