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TRANSEARCH International is the leading alternative to commonplace executive search. As passionate talent experts, every day we help companies build stronger leadership teams. Learn more about TRANSEARCH and our wide-ranging approach to leadership acquisition, management assessment, as well as our industry expertise.
A European, privately-held, global investment firm recently retained TRANSEARCH to find a Vice President of Engineering and Architecture. The Vice President oversees the physical structures of iconic real estate investment properties across five major US cities. The executive reports directly to the President of the group and manages building operations and capital improvements. With greater than a $20M annual budget, the role’s focus includes enhancing the aesthetics, energy efficiency, and long-term sustainability at properties.
One of Engineering News-Record’s top contractors retained TRANSEARCH to recruit and hire one of its most senior corporate executives. The new Executive Vice President (EVP) would oversee more than $5 billion in top line revenue. Areas of oversight and focus included company and business strategy, risk management, and operating improvements such as safety, sales, talent management, and top and bottom line growth.
Sending that first message to someone is a critical part of the job seeking process. The subject line needs to give the reader an interest in learning more and a desire to read the message. Candidates should consider: What is their mission? What is the most efficient way to achieve that mission? For many years, executives have tried to create the perfect formula for a message subject line, but there is no single solution. Three things to consider in creating an effective e-mail subject line are: creativity, relevance, and enticement.
Many believe robust investment opportunities are the linchpin to a healthy, growing economy. Industries such as high tech, life science, renewable energy and clean technology maintain alluring growth potential. Prevailing interest in BRIC countries now includes Africa as the new hotspot, while Europe and China stagnate. In recent years the market has seen steady quarter-over-quarter increase in deal activity. Likewise, the high price of doing deals in a seller’s market is attracting interest in long-hold funds. Yet at the bottom line, if private equity and venture capital are key factors to a strong economy, organizations must bank on the right leaders to be enterprising difference-makers.