The UK travel and tourism industry was really hit hard by the pandemic with lockdowns meaning only the absolute essential journeys were permitted and no holidays. This resulted in a huge decrease in income across the travel and hospitality sectors.

Now two years on, it is getting back to pre-pandemic levels, and worth over £130bn.

Nevertheless, it continues to face significant challenges and it’s critical you have the right leadership talent in place to address these challenges and the ability to adapt to changing consumer needs, as well as taking advantage of future opportunities.

At Elliot Marsh, we have over 30 years of identifying the top candidates that make a major difference to the bottom line of your travel or tourism organisation.

Listed below are just some of the roles we have previously recruited for in the travel sector:

  • Chief Executive Officer
  • Director of Operations
  • Logistics Director
  • Senior Commercial Manager

    Alison Ryan

    Alison has 15 years’ experience in the recruitment and headhunting market has enabled her to gain a thorough understanding of a vast range of market sectors as well as successfully delivering new business across all business sizes.

LATEST Travel & Tourism Headhunters OPPORTUNITIES

Sales and Marketing Director West Midlands Competitive VIEW JOB
Director - Package Holidays West Midlands Negotiable VIEW JOB
Managing Director South East £six figures VIEW JOB



"I have no hesitation in recommending Elliot Marsh as an expert recruiter that identifies the best staff"

"It is very refreshing that we can rely on a specialist sector recruiter to identify the right people suitable to help our business grow."

"Having worked with Elliot Marsh for in excess of 5 years I have found them to be a consistent, highly committed, professional and motivated recruitment company."

"We were delighted with the whole process and we felt comfortable in the knowledge we were appointing from the very best available talent. We will certainly be using Elliot Marsh Ltd in the future."