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Companies choose to work with Hoggett Bowers because they know that when it comes to executive search and senior recruitment, no one works harder and goes further than Hoggett Bowers to deliver outstanding results, consistently. They rely on us to help shape their organisations now and in the future – and we never lose sight of that.
Managing Director for the world’s largest food retail chain
SPAR is the world’s largest food retail chain, 12,322 stores in 34 countries and in the UK alone, over 2,400 stores, 50,000 friendly staff and a turnover of £3bn+. In 2011 we appointed Debbie Robinson into the role of Managing Director Spar UK. If ever there was the need to offer an example with tangible […]Read full case study
Recruiting NEDs in the FMCG sector
Our client is a family owned business with 5th generation NEDs on the board. This successful business is adept at longer term planning and the chairman foresaw the need to supplement the board with non-family NEDs whilst the 6th generation matured and gained experiences outside of the business. The (non-family) CEO was due to retire […]Read full case study