Hospitality & Leisure


Driven by the pursuit of perfection our hospitality practice draws on a peerless blend of experience of introducing high quality talent into reputable brands, boutique operations and independents. Working at an executive level across the world, we have a unique, no-compromise ethos, surpassing expectations that ensure our diverse expanding portfolio of clients benefit from a balance of personal understanding, sensitive professionalism and complete discretion.



Recent Projects


Director of Sales & Marketing

Luxury Hotel Collection

Hospitality Director – Germany

International Retailer

Guest Experience Director

Luxury Chinese Brand

Group Executive Chef – UK

Luxury Restaurant Group

Group HR Director – Global

Luxury Restaurant Group

General Manager – Portugal

Luxury Hotel

Concept Director – UK

Leading Hotel Group

Tourism Director – France

European Leisure Group

Corporate Product Manager
International footwear manufacturer

Retail Director
German toy brand

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Hospitality & Leisure News

IHG performs reverse ferret on London Living Wage
November 14, 2017 - InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) has announced it will not be adopting the London Living Wage after all. The hotel group announced in 2012 it would be the first hotel group to support the scheme, and had planned to bring staff across eight hotels in the capital onto the London Living Wage by 2017.

AccorHotels booking platform closed to independent hotels
November 14, 2017 - AccorHotels’ booking platform will no longer be open to independent hotels as “results have been below expectations”. The hotel group opened its AccorHotels.com distribution platform up to a selection of independent hotels two years ago to offer a broader choice to customers and an alternative booking platform to online travel agents like Expedia and Booking.com. A spokesperson for AccorHotels said: ...

Hospitality stays steady amid record drop in consumer spending
November 14, 2017 - Hotels, restaurants and bars bucked a downward trend in October, recording a modest rise in spending at a time when there were record falls in other sectors. That’s according to new figures from Visa UK, which registered an increase of 3.2% in spending at hotels, bars and restaurants.

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