Private Equity & Venture Capital Recruiting
Linking Talent to Growth 

This latest research report from Hunt Scanlon Media examines the growing leadership dilemma unfolding at private equity and venture capital-backed portfolio companies – and offers an array of talent solutions to win the widening war for leadership. According to Hunt Scanlon, the PE sector can expect to see an expanding bidding war for top talent over the next decade.

Driving the trend: persistent global talent shortages across the C-suite in most industries and functions, including finance, healthcare and biotech, digital and technology.

Hunt Scanlon has surveyed hundreds of private equity and venture capital leaders and their chief talent officers as well as leading executive recruiters specializing in the sector. Linking talent to growth is the subject of this report will focus on how talent can stimulate growth in private equity and venture capital firms respectively.

Expertise from around the private equity, venture capital, and executive search community was shared from leaders at:

True Search; Wilton & Bain; Welsh, Carson, Anderson & Stowe; Hogan Assessments; Khosla Ventures; Accel Partners; Francisco Partners; Korn Ferry; Russell Reynolds Associates; TritonExec; Opus Advisors; Signal Partners; JM Search; Frederickson Partners; FFL Partners; Kleiner Perkins; Norwest Venture Partners; TPG Growth; Bancroft Group; Assembly; BlueMountain Capital Management; YSC Consulting; Equilar; Diversified Search; Green Peak; Lancor; Summit Leadership Partners; Caldwell; Korn Ferry Institute; DHR International; Innova International; Censia; Options Group; Hanold Associates; ThriveTRM; EY; Bessemer Venture Partners; Slayton Search Partners; DeWinter Group; Carter Baldwin; Acertitude and others from across the PE spectrum.

While the PE/VC sector is in the crosshairs of a widening war for leadership, reports Hunt Scanlon, that leadership is the new bottom line for PE/VC operating executives seeking top talent for their portfolio businesses.

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