Natalie rejoined Piper in 2016 and is involved in the commercial evaluation of investments and supports investee brands with their customer insight and engagement work. Natalie first started working for Piper in 2010 but moved to Geneva in 2012 and Singapore in 2014, where she worked remotely and added Asian consumer markets to her experience.
Prior to joining Piper, Natalie spent six years as a research consultant, primarily in the retail sector working for businesses including Arcadia, White Stuff and Boots. She was employed exclusively for two years by Marks & Spencer, managing all their qualitative research needs. Natalie has a 1st Class degree in Retail Marketing from Manchester Metropolitan University and a Diploma from the Chartered Institute of Marketing