Consumer Services

Leveraging our deep expertise across all consumer-facing sectors, we are experts in finding talent for any customer centric business with the end user in mind

As consumer habits change over time, so to do the businesses that serve them. Our broad understanding of best-in-class businesses and brands right across all consumer-facing sectors helps us advise consumer services clients.

Our Experience

Concierge
Creative & PR
Entertainment
Estate Agents & Property
Household & Lifestyle
Media & Publishing
Speciality
Strategy Consulting
Utilities & Telecom

Selected Clients

Key People

Leading a global organisational restructure and sourcing exceptional senior talent in a number of global markets required a search partner who knew consumer markets exceptionally well and worked quickly to understand our brand. MBS was that exceptional partner. They worked with speed, integrity, and outside of hours on many occasions with myself to secure practically a whole new global Leadership team, ranging from Global CEO to a series of Country Head roles.

GLOBAL HR DIRECTOR

Latest MBS News & Intelligence

MBS News

21 July 2017 - 8:21

Vodafone positive on growth in the broadband market The network operator said it added 300,000 net new broadband customers in the first quarter, taking its total to 15 million. Group revenue fell 3.3% to €11.5bn, including a drop in Europe. Revenues in Africa, the Middle East and Asia Pacific rose 1.2%. Read more.


20 July 2017 - 8:25

Howden Joinery sees half-year revenues rise despite tough market conditions Britain's largest manufacturer and supplier of fitted kitchens said group revenue rose to £553m in the 24 weeks to 10th June, up from £528.9m a year earlier. Earlier this month the company named Screwfix boss Andrew Livingston as its new CEO. Read more.


18 July 2017 - 8:24

Quarterly revenues edge up at Royal Mail In a trading update, the group said revenues rose 1% in the three months to the end of June. This was despite a fall of 1% in its UK Parcels, International and Letters division. Overall parcel volumes rose 5%. Read more.