Head of Tiger Hospitality
As a true people person with combined recruitment and hospitality experience, Natalie is the natural leader of Tiger Hospitality.
With a proven track record of successfully placing candidates across the service industry, creative and luxury markets, Natalie has earnt her credibility through her sheer passion to deliver exceptional results for her clients and candidates. Her kind, honest and charming character is the foundation on which she is able to build strong, long-lasting relationships with both her candidates and clients.
As Head of Tiger Hospitality, Natalie works with a range of hospitality businesses, including high-end hotels, restaurants, bars, spas, event spaces and entertainment venues. Her professionalism, knowledge and amiable personality make her the preferred partner for many clients, ensuring a smooth recruitment process.
What makes you fiercely distinctive?
My appetite for life and continuous desire to keep learning new things. Whether it’s about your business, a new culture, a new dance routine, a geeky board game or even a language, knowledge is power!
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