Global Managing Director,
Creative & Design

Tanya is an internationally experienced business leader, talent strategist and leadership coach – who has been developing the careers and profiles of the creative leaders of high-profile creative organisations since The Talent Business launched in 2007. In her early career, she sat on the management teams of some of the top London advertising agencies, learning first-hand about the complexity of leading teams in highly creative, dynamic environments – as well as having a deep understanding of the creative process and what it takes to deliver outstanding work. Since joining The Talent Business, she has helped to build it into the world’s leading global executive search firm in the creative marketing and communications space. Her role as a trusted advisor to creative leaders worldwide has given her valuable insight into the challenges of modern leadership which enables her to identify and deliver outstanding creative talent that can drive genuine business transformation. Tanya has a passion for brilliant ideas and the people behind them – so has been lucky enough to have worked with many of the very best throughout her career. Tanya is also a regular columnist for Creative Review – advising creative leaders on how to tackle some of the many challenges that face the leaders of today.



European Head of Creative & Design

Will spent his youth harbouring ambitions to become many things; a rugby player, an actor, a musician. Unfortunately, for one reason or another, be it ability or application, he was unable to make these goals a reality. (He says it was ability, by the way). Since joining the The Talent Business in 2009, Will has partnered the world’s leading creative businesses, helping them to identify and secure transformational senior creative talent. He now heads up The Talent Business’ European Creative & Design practice out of the Group’s London office. When not running the Creative & Design practice, you’ll find him bothering people about music, barbeques, and Arsenal FC.



Partner, Creative & Design
New Business Director

Harriet has over 15 years’ experience in businesses fuelled by innovation and creativity. Having worked in both client services and marketing at some of the world’s leading communications agencies & brand owners, Harriet joined The Talent Business’ London office in 2015, focusing on senior Creative & Design talent. In addition to being a Partner in the Creative & Design practice, she is also the London office’s New Business Director. Harriet partners senior creative talent & marketing leaders to deliver business & brand transformation. She’s experienced at identifying business development opportunities and working with senior stakeholders to deliver measurable growth.
 Her industry experience includes beauty, fashion, premium & lifestyle brands, entertainment, FMCG, charity & automotive.



Partner, Creative & Design

After finishing her Masters in Chemistry at the University of Birmingham, and a spot of travelling, Anna started her career helping other graduates find their first roles within marketing agencies through an initiative start-up tech platform. Her passion for helping young talent take their first steps into the creative industries continued through her time at another London based recruitment business, setting up bespoke placement competitions and schemes for a variety of creative agencies. She joined The Talent Business in 2017, specialising in mid-weight and senior creative talent in London and throughout Europe. She also runs The Talent Business’ world renowned creative competition, Cream.



Creative & Design Assistant

After studying English Literature, Elizabeth (like many grads) was unsure of what direction to go in. She quickly landed a job working in the graduate coaching sector, but knew she wanted to work within the creative and social media space. Following on from working within the influencer market as a Talent Assistant for an in-house Talent Agency, Elizabeth decided to venture into the world of businesses fueled by creativity and innovation, becoming Creative & Design Assistant at The Talent Business. When not in the office you'll find Elizabeth sat in a theatre or cinema, attempting to understand London's art scene and eating out.
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