Our Clients

Our clients include start-ups, SMEs, PE backed businesses, not-for-profit, corporates, and any organisations undergoing change that require new talent. 

Many of our clients are well-known national and international businesses, but even more are smaller, regional organisations that need greater support in amplifying their brand. 

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

Consumer clients

Consumer electronics

Hybrid working is feeding the demand for consumer electronics in the home. As people take greater responsibility for their health, consumers continue to invest in wearable devices and health-related gadgets. These trends present significant opportunities for consumer electronics businesses. Hiring experienced talent that will facilitate innovative thinking continues to help companies compete amidst economic uncertainty and fluctuating spending patterns, especially on higher-priced items.

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Consumer health

Several key trends have emerged that continue to influence innovation in the consumer health sector. Notably, wearable technology is increasingly popular for monitoring physical activity and vital signs. While AI and machine learning are being utilised for data analytics and predictive algorithms. Companies are investing in these areas, while seeking talent that enables them to navigate supply chain challenges, manage rising costs, and maintain a strong focus on quality, compliance, and safety. 

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The demand for DIY and home improvement products has subsided since the end of the Covid-19 pandemic, as consumers are spending less time at home. Building robust supply chains and minimising cost increases remain priorities for DIY companies. That aside, new opportunities are always emerging in the sector, as technology and societal trends inspire people to engage in creative and practical DIY endeavours. That is why DIY businesses continue to invest in talent. 

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Several trends continue to shape drinks industry innovation including the demand for low-alcohol and non-alcoholic beverages, eco-friendly and smart packaging, and direct-to-consumer sales. We work with some of the most prestigious brands in the drinks industry, as well as challenger brands aiming to become tomorrow’s mass market and niche leaders. All types of drinks businesses require the right talent to help them achieve growth and build a strong foundation for the future. 

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E-commerce & retail

The e-commerce and retail sector is evolving rapidly, shaped by technological advancements, changing consumer behaviours, and global events. Retail and e-commerce stores experience similar and conflicting challenges to succeed – and many companies in this sector are balancing the needs of both routes to market. It’s a competitive landscape under constant pressure. Businesses must be adaptable and adopt people with new skills and the ability to anticipate market developments. 

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Fashion & lifestyle 

The lifestyle and fashion industry relies heavily on global supply chains, and disruptions caused by geopolitical issues or health crises continue to severely impact the production and distribution of lifestyle and fashion items. Seasonal change is a constant driver of innovation and that, alongside an ongoing need for greater sustainability and waste reduction, are major priorities for businesses in this sector. We recruit lifestyle and fashion talent across Europe and into North America.

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Consumer demands for factors such as sustainable and local sourcing, transparency, and personalised nutrition continue to influence how food companies manufacture and sell their products. This includes foods found on chilled counters, free-from-isles, baked goods stores, and convenience shelves. We’re proud to help iconic food brands and new challenger brands identify and attract talent, often leveraging our international office network to source candidates across borders. 

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Home & personal care

The home and personal care sector has remained buoyant despite geopolitical issues and health crises that have impacted the wider consumer industry in recent years. In addition to the move towards greater digitalisation and an increasingly health-conscious society, global events continue to drive innovation in the sector, as well as influence how businesses are structured. Sustainability expertise alongside digital, customer experience and supply chain skills are all in high demand.

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Homeware businesses have benefitted over recent years from the trend to invest more in home and outdoor living products such as furniture, décor, and other home-renovation-related goods. Eco-friendly design, smart home integration, and the use of natural and organic materials are key factors influencing innovation in the sector. The demand for digital and supply chain management skills remains high, as companies seek to better manage cost controls and improve online visibility. 

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Alongside ethical and experiential luxury trends, companies in this sector continue to embrace augmented reality, virtual reality, and artificial intelligence to enhance online shopping experiences. Social media is highly influential in driving brand loyalty and growth within segments and loyalties can change quickly. New brands are entering the market all the time and fragmenting target segments. People succeed in this sector by being agile, innovative, and resilient.

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Toys & children

Toys that promote creativity, imagination, and artistic expression remain in demand as parents seek engaging and enriching experiences for their children. Addressing parental concerns about screen time, digital privacy, and the educational value of toys is important for building trust and credibility in this sector. 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. 

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Travel, hospitality & leisure

Travelers are increasingly focused on sustainable and responsible tourism, emphasising eco-friendly practices and ethical travel choices. Digital transformation is prominent, with mobile bookings, contactless services, and a strong emphasis on health and safety protocols. Travel, hospitality and leisure companies are clearly focused on cost optimization, digitisation, consumer experience, and the right investment strategies – factors that will determine the winners and losers within this sector.

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Industrial clients

Industrial businesses are embracing digitalisation, sustainability, and resilience while addressing challenges related to supply chain disruptions, economic fluctuations, regulatory changes, and technological advancements. Companies operating in the industrial sector have considerable and varied demands for upskilling their workforce when hiring new talent. Every organisation is different, and candidates require unique skill sets, which are dependent on specific industrial subsector needs.  

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Tech clients

AI, cybersecurity, remote work, and a demand for energy-efficient solutions are just some of the factors shaping the future of the tech industry. Persistent skills shortages make attracting and retaining tech talent a challenge across all specialist areas. Companies need access to talent quickly and want to partner with recruiters who enjoy access to strong networks and have a proven track record for tech talent acquisition, regardless of how small or complex the candidate market may be.

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Service clients

The service sector is rapidly adopting digital technologies to enhance customer experiences and streamline operations. Cloud computing, big data, artificial intelligence, and machine learning have been instrumental in this transformation. Other factors such as automation, cybersecurity, and remote services continue to drive service sector modernisation. Flexibility, innovation, emotional intelligence, and a willingness to address client needs are sought-after skills and attributes.

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Charity/Not for profit clients

Economic uncertainty presents challenges for charities, most notably a potential reduction in sources of income. Charitable organisations must therefore find creative ways to continue having an impact on society. Collaborating with non-profits, governments, and private sector entities to address social issues and drive systemic change, is a key way to do this. A passion for making a difference alongside a collaborative, agile and innovative mindset are key attributes required in the sector today.

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Public sector clients

The public sector has been increasingly focused on digital transformation. This includes the adoption of digital services, cloud computing, and big data analytics to enhance service delivery, improve efficiency, and reduce costs. Public sector bodies are under sustained pressure to do more with less. And with services becoming centralised and resources constrained, finding people who can drive cost efficiencies are in high demand. Contractor recruitment continues to be an effective solution. 

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