Trojan and the World

Trojan has been completing international assignments for decades.

Now, with offices in both the UK and Australia, we’re better equipped to deliver than ever before.

We have successfully unearthed the right executives for both UK businesses with an overseas need and for international organisations in need of regional leaders, managers or specialists.

About 30% of our current activity is overseas. Our primary sectors include:

  • Built environment
  • Energy (particularly oil & gas, mining and nuclear)
  • Retail
  • Leisure/entertainment
  • IT
  • FMCG/high-tech manufacturing
  • Pharmaceutical
  • Transportation/infra-structure

Contacts


Beverly Kay – Group Managing Director
Beverly deals with every sector and spearheads the company’s business development. Having been with Trojan for over 35 years, she has been involved in the majority of Trojan’s 6500+ high profile searches across the globe. Beverly has had articles published in the recruitment press and has appeared on the BBC for her insight and views into Headhunting.


Sam Rhodes – Group Director
Sam has been a part of Trojan for 20 years. He initially joined as a Researcher and has progressed to Group Director overseeing all Contingency and Executive Search operations worldwide, from winning work through to delivery. In 2009  Sam made entry into Britain’s Business Elite journal – UK’s Youngest Directors section for his achievements. He splits his time between Trojan’s offices in London and Australia.


Tim Allum – Associate Director
Tim has been with Trojan for 15 years. He has vast experience across a range of industry sectors including the Built Environment, Oil & Gas, Leisure, Pharmaceutical, Transportation and Manufacturing. Tim has input into all international projects and leads niche sector assignments. Tim is fluent in French & German and is Trojan’s technical guru across all sectors.


All contacts listed have hands on management for our mergers & acquisitions assignments

If you’d like to find out more, why not get in touch?