Tech & Digital

The constantly evolving role of digital and tech businesses requires us to look at talent in a new way

The MBS Group is known for partnering with founders and boards, from first-time founders and serial entrepreneurs through to businesses that have recently listed. They call on us to help shape their teams for growth, including: CEO, COO, CPO, CTO, CCO, CSO, NED.

From 2012 to 2014, we boosted our own understanding of the challenges and opportunities high-growth tech businesses face when we incubated startup market intelligence and media monitoring platform Signal Media. The multi-award-winning business now has several high-profile VC backers and we continue to work closely with the team to further our own knowledge.

Our Experience

Apps & SaaS
Consumer Electronics
Marketplaces
Mobile
Pureplay
Wearable Tech

Selected Clients

Key People

Moira Benigson

Moira Benigson

Managing Partner

Stephen Rosenthal

Stephen Rosenthal

Consultant

Emily Salgado

Emily Salgado

Associate Consultant

The MBS Group is excellent at consulting, making suggestions, knowing the market. The team was always accessible, and they always managed candidates well. I would recommend them to colleagues.

JOHANNA READ - HEAD OF TALENT, MOO.COM

Latest MBS News & Intelligence

MBS News

11 June 2018 - 8:45

Microsoft acquires a number of gaming studios At gaming conference E3, Microsoft's Xbox head Phil Spencer announced that it has acquired a series of studioes, including Ninja Theory, Playground Games, Undead Labs and Compulsion Games. The Xbox maker is seeking to strengthen in-house content creation. Read more.


26 February 2018 - 8:20

Tencent and JD.com acquire stakes in Chinese retail conglomerate Better Life JD.com took a 5% share in the business for $117m while Tencent acquired 6% for around $140m. This is the second retail investment from the two companies in recent months, who invested $863m into Vipshop in December. Read more.


22 January 2018 - 9:04

Amazon’s checkout-free store opens to public today The Amazon Go store in Seattle has previously been open to staff only during a test period for the past year. A series of cameras and sensors on shelves identify and track customers as they shop once they have registered their arrival on an app. Read more.