BIE is an executive recruitment firm that has been building leadership and enabling change for over two decades. Through a combination of interim management, permanent resourcing, and transformation expertise, across five broad market functions, we empower our clients to adapt, plan and deliver change.
We’re genuine, supportive, and refreshingly good to do business with – which is why we’ve been trusted by more than 1000 leading brands.
“BIE invested time to understand the business, provided market insight and ultimately provided a candidate that was the right fit for the business. We have been delighted with BIE’s approach”.
"They take their time to get to know their clients and candidates. This means that I know that when they make an introduction there will be a great fit."
“BIE really took time to understand our business, our people and our ethos, so that they could present us with candidates they knew would fit and be key players in all that we aspire to attain.”
“There are only a couple of recruitment agencies that stand out for me in this ever-changing industry now – and BIE is one of them.”
We partner with a wide range of clients, including FTSE100, FTSE250, AIM-listed organisations, private equity funds, and portfolio businesses, to help them build the leadership they need to drive their businesses forwards.
Business success is built on being able to adapt, plan and deliver change, whether dictated by a market shift, disruptive demand, or new strategic direction. BIE was created to help businesses seeking to transform to outperform, by sourcing the right people, with the right expertise, at the right time.
BIE is based in the City of London and operates across the UK and internationally. BIE has successfully delivered mandates across Mainland Europe, Middle East, APAC and North America.
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