AIMS International Adds Danish Search Firm to Network

April 20, 2016 – AIMS International has added Danish executive search firm Totem Search & Selection as its newest member firm.

Founded in 2000 and led by founder Torsten Miland, Totem serves a wide array of clients in many different industries, including Ramboll; Maersk; Citi; Novartis; Accenture; Daman; Eltel; Capevo; Saxo Bank; TDC Hosting; and Falck Safety Services; among others.

“The fields of executive search and talent management are rapidly changing, and we are proud to be joining an organization that shares our common belief that is it only possible to serve your local market if you are also global,” said Mr. Miland. “Based on our strong track record in Denmark we can now offer services delivered by professionals who are supported by other professionals – a true benefit for our clients.”

“This will effectively strengthen our European organization,” said Pierangelo Favero, president of AIMS. “Totem has a strong presence in the Danish market and serves some key international clients. We are proud to have Torsten and his team join our organization as AIMS International Denmark.”

Denmark has the 13th most competitive economy in the world and ranked 8th in Europe, according to the World Economic Forum. Companies headquartered in the country include A.P. Møller; Danske Bank; ISS; United Shipping & Trading Company; Novo Nordisk; Wrist Group; Carlsberg; DONG Energy; Arla Foods; and Danish Crown.

With over 80 offices worldwide, AIMS International provides clients with customized, global executive search and talent management services in 50 countries across all continents.

Six weeks ago, AIMS elected Mr. Favero as its new president. He manages the position from both Milan and Vienna where the headquarters of AIMS International is located. In 1999, Mr. Favero established AIMS in Italy where he provides organizations a full suite of talent management solutions, including executive recruitment and people development.

Contributed by Dale M. Zupsansky, Managing Editor, Hunt Scanlon Media

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