We’re pleased to announce the appointment of Alex Farrall as a non-executive director.
Alex joins our Board of Directors following our successful £2m raise in December last year led by Mercia Asset Management.
Alex is a serial entrepreneur in the HR tech and work tech sector. She was one of the first people to shape the industry, having launched the biggest tech careers platform in Europe in 1999, which she later sold to Dice Inc. She has built several platforms since then, one of which she sold to DC Thomson. Her most recent advisory role was to Sourcebreaker, which recently exited to Bullhorn. She previously sat on the executive board for SThree Plc, a FTSE250 global staffing organization, so she has an unusual blend of expertise in both the technology side and the more traditional side of recruitment.
“We are excited to welcome Alex to the team, as the workplace continues to evolve, work tech will play a critical role in enabling organisations to attract and retain top talent and enhance their employee experience. Alex’s extensive experience in the work tech sector will be invaluable as we continue to revolutionise the future of work”. Nicky, CEO
As a non-executive director, Alex will work closely with Nicky, Huler’s CEO, Gareth Mobley, Huler’s Executive Chair and the rest of the board of directors, to scale Huler both in the UK and into the US.
“Following on from our first external funding round in December, it was important to bring in more experience when it comes to growing a SAAS / Software business. We want to make sure we are doing the right things, at the right times to really maximise our potential. We have built something really special here at Huler operating in a huge international market – Alex will help us to fulfil it”. Gareth, Exec Chair.
Alex shared, “I am thrilled to join Huler and to work with such a talented team, Huler has a strong foundation, with an impressive client base, their inroads into the US market make them well-positioned for growth. I look forward to helping build on this momentum and to drive Huler’s success in the years ahead.”