We are founded by two highly successful Scottish Recruiters from distinctly different recruitment consultancies. We have length and breadth of experience between us and we bring the best of it to Iconic. We boast an impressive level of client retention through a dedicated, engaging service and our clients tell us they are left feeling positive and energised about the future of their business.



Ask Hannah Green what makes her job so rewarding and she’ll be happy to tell you:
“The best part of the job is how we can truly change lives – and the organisations we work with – by placing the right people in the right roles…

Before co-launching Iconic Resourcing in 2019, Hannah worked in the Scottish recruitment industry for a hugely successful 14 years. She specialises in connecting Senior Finance candidates with the correct organisations, as well as providing specialist resources to a diverse range of organisations, from large corporates to high growth SMEs.

Like co-founder Lauren Jow, Hannah cites the launch of Iconic Resourcing, and winning Entrepreneur of the Year within the first 6 months, as a career highlight. Previously, she might have said rising to senior management level in not one, but two of the UK’s leading recruitment consultancies.

Outside of the recruitment sector, Hannah volunteers with TEDxGlasgow. A believer in lifelong learning, this role allows her to build on an already strong network, as well as continually challenge herself. She loves the outdoors, and hopes to bag a few remaining Munros this coming year.

Hannah’s colleagues might be surprised to learn that, if she didn’t work in recruitment, she’d consider a career in interior design. An art lover, Hannah’s dream travel destination is Italy, visiting the picturesque towns and vineyards of Tuscany, eating fresh olives besides the lakes, and wandering around galleries in Florence.



“Actions speak louder than words.” That’s the philosophy behind Lauren Jow’s work with Iconic Resourcing. She has a show-don’t-tell attitude, and she’s proud to show off the kind of personalised recruitment service at the heart of the company she co-founded…

Lauren has a background as an Associate Director at a global recruitment and talent management company. She specialises in recruiting across the Senior HR market in Scotland.

Lauren’s proudest career achievement to date is the launch of Iconic Resourcing, and the company’s subsequent winning of Entrepreneur of the Year award within the first six months. She’s proud to say that she’s already doing her ‘dream job.’

When she’s not setting the recruitment world alight, Lauren’s keen on running. Not just keen, in fact, she cites Nick Butter—who ran a marathon in every country in the world—as an inspiration.

More inspiring, however, is the time Lauren spends with her husband and two young kids. They support Lauren in every aspect of her career and she’s immeasurably proud of her wonderful family.


Talent Manager

What’s the secret to success? Lisa Dunn would tell you it’s incredibly simple.

“Listening. I spend my time truly understanding both my clients and candidates goals, and I match these up.”…

Before being headhunted for her role at Iconic Resourcing, Lisa gained 10 years of experience in the recruitment sector, most recently spending 7 years as a Senior Resourcer with Search Consultancy.

Like Lauren, Lisa is a keen runner – but didn’t take up running until the age of 32. Despite this, she has already completed 2 ½ marathons! Lisa has also completed the world’s 3rd highest bungee jump and so can safely lay claim to being the daredevil of the Iconic team.

If she didn’t work in recruitment, Lisa’s dream job would involve hands-on charity work abroad, with the Red Cross or Greenpeace. She’d love the opportunity to make a difference somewhere in need.

When she isn’t keeping her finger on the market’s pulse, Lisa loves to visit new places with her husband and two young children.


Principal Consultant

Emma Pringle wants prospective clients and candidates to know that, at Iconic Resourcing, “We genuinely care!”

Emma began her career working in the property sector, followed by a brief stint in business…

…development, before moving into recruitment. Despite this later start, she was a finalist for Best Recruitment Consultant of the Year at the 2019 S1 Awards.

The most important aspect of Emma’s role involves finding out what motivates candidates, building rapport, and making sure that their career ambitions are reflected in their next role. She also loves to hear about their kids, holiday plans and how the new puppy is behaving.

Emma’s Iconic colleagues may be surprised to learn that she went to drama school, and once dreamed of being a dancer with a touring theatre company.

When she’s off the clock, Emma loves to take in live music, ideally after a great meal at new restaurant. Having recently completed her first 10k, Emma may soon catch the running bug that’s been going around the office.