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 recruitment for his extensive 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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