Rowe Global LLC headquartered in Dallas, TX, has brought together established Recruitment Resources with industry and disciplinary specialties, around the world to serve our clients executive search needs on a global basis.
We are committed to developing long term client relationships and recruiting not only the technical skills required for each position, but strive to recruit the executive personalities to match the character and culture of our clients.
Recruiting leaders for Executive Management, Financial, Technology, Operations, Human Resources, Supply Chain, Engineering and General Management positions for all industries. While we serve the Global 1000 corporate market, Rowe Global established our processes, systems and culture to specialize in serving the Private Equity community, to recruit leadership needs within their portfolio companies and the funds themselves.
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Dallas-based executive search firm Rowe Global, LLC has appointed Dru George as managing partner of its technology and healthcare practice. Mr. George brings to the firm extensive experience in executive search, working primarily with Fortune 500 companies, venture capital concerns and private equity-backed portfolio companies. He has recruited executive leadership throughout North America in the software, services,
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