Meet the Team

Rupert Jupp

Rupert Jupp

Managing Partner / Founder

Rupert is Princedale’s Founder and Managing Partner having established the business in 2012. He has almost 20 years’ experience in head hunting and has specialised in the digital talent world since 2008. He has worked internationally for some of the leading headhunting firms and within each firm he has been either responsible for establishing a new specialist function or a new international office. He has worked in Barcelona, Hong Kong and Tokyo and has a strong grasp of the nuances of finding exceptional leadership talent in different marketplaces and regions.

Rupert is known for his tenacity, authenticity and rigorous interviewing style. Candidates often describe his interviews as unlike any other head hunters’ as he pushes candidates to assess themselves honestly and analytically. He always has the client’s best interest at heart and mitigates the risk very early on to prevent any surprises down the line with the confidence to push back on a client when necessary.

Lindsay Scigliano

Lindsay Scigliano


Born and raised in Victoria British Columbia, Canada, Lindsay came over to the UK to do her MA at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, where she graduated with distinction in Theatre Performance (Master of Fine Arts). She performed in professional theatre productions across the UK before transitioning into Executive Search where she started her headhunting career with HVO Search. Putting her natural communication talents to good use she enjoyed 5 prosperous years with HVO Search providing bespoke executive search and intelligence services to global clients within digital, retail, consumer and technology industries. She is proud to have recently joined Princedale Partners.

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Digital People Moves Report – Summer 2019

There have been a noticeably high level of recent leadership moves as we approach mid-summer. The majority of these appointments are UK based, which speaks of just how buoyant the digital sector remains. We see no signs of that slowing. It’s worth noting just how many...

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