CEO / Founder
David set up Tiger Recruitment in 2001 and has steered its continued growth and expansion. He plays an integral role in the day-to-day operations of the business, managing the strategic direction of the business with senior-level and C-suite business support recruitment for his exclusive client base.
David’s quirky sense of humour, decades of experience and strategic insight have earnt him fierce loyalty among both his London-based and international clients. This loyalty fuels the desire to maintain Tiger’s place as a premium recruitment partner in the UK and beyond. When he’s not in the office, you might spot him sprinting across nearby Hyde Park – he takes this precious time of reflection when he can, usually returning to the office teeming with new ideas.
What makes you fiercely distinctive?
Leaving no stone unturned until I place a role. I put it down to my unwavering determination and possible competitive nature!
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