Our clients. We know what’s important to them. We take the time to understand their values, culture and what they look for in their hires.
Our candidates. We know what’s important to them. We get to know the person behind the cv. Their wants, goals and what makes them tick.
And we know what a great fit looks like, when it comes to bringing talented people and innovative organisations together.
We know, and care, because people matter.
We’ve been recruiting in the tech space for two decades.
We’ve seen the changes, transformation and exciting new developments.
We’ve recruited some of the best digital talent for some of the most ground-breaking, cutting edge projects around the globe.
And what have we learnt?
That the success of every team, project and business is about the people making it happen.
‘Strike’ is driven by his desire to provide everyone with an honest, thoughtful and compassionate experience that they never forget. Being memorable for the right reasons has been his key to success.
Bal has been part of Strike for over 14 years and a partner since 2018. Having previously worked as a developer on projects for IBM, Sony & Simplex Consulting, he truly understands his client’s challenges.
Kirsty gained industry experience in the F1 & retail sectors before joining the Strike IT team in 2017. She is responsible for all financial planning & analysis.
Vandna has over 8 years experience in various functions of the Human Resources field within big IT MNC’s.
Jack is a senior tech consultant, specialising in Development & Mobile, having previously worked as in house recruiter for Monitise and LifeWorks.
Saadat started her career as an IT recruiter within a major tech consultancy. She then joined Publicis Sapient India before moving to London and joining Strike as a recruitment consultant.
Agata has worked across many industries, including Sony and Warburtons, in client services management roles.
Sonya has been with Strike for 8 years and runs the US Operations & HR. She values building relationships, both internally and externally.