After leaving the Royal Navy James founded the famous (or infamous) Adam Street Club in the late 90's just as the dot com bubble was growing. His central London serviced offices and attached Club became the UK's first digital hub and James' rotated through various entrepreneural ventures before joining us to set up our senior level executive search brand, Hannington Tame.
James has been described as the 'best networked man in London' and regularly runs high profile recruitment processes for 'C' level hires.
You can take the man out of the Navy, but not the Navy out of the man, James keeps his nautical hand in by racing sailing dingys and when not on water, can also be spotted around the country on two wheels clad in lycra.
James Minter's Jobs
Travel and Leisure
Permanent, £45k - £150k
Travel metasearch giant Skyscanner has reached monumental heights in a very competitive sector with just the bare bones of a digital marketing function in place - a pretty impressive performance. But things are about to really take off, as they invest time and money into hiring a first-class digital team. We are recr…
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