BlackBook is an intelligence led executive search and consultancy practice working across consumer-facing industries globally.

We believe success is born out of creating demonstrable value for both our clients and network, we do this by developing strong relationships and demonstrating exceptional commitment and efficacy.

Simply put, we are a brand attractor. We offer honesty, integrity, commitment and, above all, results. We work in partnership with our clients, ensuring our priority is to understand their business – this includes their culture and long term strategic objectives.


Recent Projects

Regional Director Asia

Global MR & Consulting Firm

Senior Leasing Directors Global

Luxury Multi-Brand Retailer

Managing Director – UK

International Cosmetics Company

Global CIO

International Fashion Brand

Global President

Luxury Multi-Brand Retailer

Chief Operating Officer – UK

Premium Beauty Brand

President Hospitality – UAE

Luxury Hotel Group

Customer Experience Director

Global Retail Group



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December 2, 2019 - Luxe British retailer Fortnum & Mason saw its profits rising 26% in the year to mid-July as the luxury market prospered despite “the most challenging domestic retail backdrop in years”. Its wider business sales rose 12% to £138 million, with like-for-like revenue at its historic flagship on London’s Piccadilly rising a healthy 6%. The company is best know for its foods offer ...

Black Friday footfall rises
December 2, 2019 - Black Friday footfall rose by 3.3% year on year compared with the equivalent day in 2018, new research has found.  Intelligence analyst Springboard revealed that shopper numbers increased in all three retail destination types: shopping centres were up 6.5%, high streets by 2.4% and retail parks by 1.9%.  Footfall also increased as the day progressed: it rose by 1.9% in ...

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