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Steve Schrenzel, Managing Partner - USA and COO of the Taplow Group S.A. was interviewed by the Hunt Scanlon on Ways to Conduct an Effective Executive Job Search
“We are inherently empathetic with executive level job seekers and pay added attention to those referred by our corporate clients and by our previous executive level candidates”
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Exciting Devlopments at The Taplow Group New Zealand
Our Taplow New Zealand operation has been bolstered with the merging of Rothley Executive Search into the SWR Group, effective from 1st April 2019.
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Ian Stacy - Managing Partner Australia and New Zealand, recently spoke about how search firms are an effective means to accomplish successful change with Shortlist Today.
What I would like to ask is, given recent CEO exits (in the wake of banking commission, and also generally a lot of shareholder/public scrutiny), are organisations thinking more seriously about their executive pipelines?
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CEO FOR A SPORTS:

Situation: A Finnish, mainly nationally operating sports company needed new CEO as the old one was about to retire. As sports business is one of the competence areas of our Finnish partner, we ended up delivering this search.

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For further Information please contac Timo Toivanen, Finland

 

 

CEO FOR LOGISTICS:

Situation: One of the largest globally operating Logistics companies was in a need of new CIO for Finland. As Logistics and Value Chain is one of the competence areas of our Finnish partner, we ended up delivering this search.

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For further Information please contac Timo Toivanen, Finland

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