Travel, Leisure & Hospitality

The MBS Group is proud to partner with some of the most dynamic travel and leisure businesses as they adapt to changing consumer habits

Working right across the industry, we have developed deep relationships with innovative travel, leisure and hospitality businesses. Our clients span listed, private equity-backed, privately-owned and founder-led companies and range from high-growth startups to global businesses.

Our Experience

Aviation, Cruises & Transportation
Casual Dining, Cafés & QSR
Cinema & Entertainment
Contract Catering
Fine Dining
Gaming & Casinos
Gyms & Fitness
Hotels & Resorts
Pubs, Bars & Nightlife
Sharing Economy
Technology & Apps
Travel Agents, Operators & Services

Selected Clients

Key People

Elliott Goldstein

Elliott Goldstein

Managing Partner

Sam Seigler

Sam Seigler

Director

Elliott and his team nail it every time. Many search consultants claim to work 'in partnership' but not many truly achieve it. Elliott has become a true extension of the VUE team. As part of our transition from a UK to pan-European business, Elliott has helped us build our executive team in the UK. He has successfully filled 7 leadership roles that all had very specific and challenging briefs. It's great to work with someone who 'gets it', pushes boundaries to find exceptional talent and quickly grasps our culture, business and role requirements.

Dee Vassili - Group Executive Director of HR, Vue Entertainment

Latest MBS News & Intelligence

MBS News

15 January 2021 - 8:20

Itsu aims for 50% plant-based menu The healthy Asian food chain has launched a new vegan offer as it strives to make 50% of its menu plant-based. Read more.


15 January 2021 - 8:18

Norwegian simplifies business structure and moves away from long-haul The low-cost airline Norwegian has outlined a streamlined business structure which includes abandoning all long-haul flights. The company said it would focus on its core Nordics business, operating a European short-haul network. Read more.


14 January 2021 - 8:26

PizzaExpress reports £350m pre-pandemic loss The pizza chain has revealed that it fell to a £350m loss even before pandemic restrictions hit the business. In its accounts for 2019, PizzaExpress said that Covid-19 has had a 'significant impact on liquidity'. Read more.