AltoPartners Adds Member Firm in Japan

June 1, 2015 – AltoPartners has added Japanese executive search firm KIZASHI Corporation to its global alliance. This extends AltoPartners’ global reach to 51 offices in 31 countries. Founded in 2011, KIZASHI is an executive search firm with offices in Tokyo and Osaka. Its consultants have a wide range of experience in recruiting senior leadership across the industrial, consumer/retail, life science/healthcare, game/entertainment and technology sectors. Clients ranging from listed blue-chip corporations, owner-operated companies, startups, medium-sized companies, non-Japanese/multinational companies, as well as companies funded by private equity.

“We are honored to welcome KIZASHI Corporation to the global AltoPartners alliance as KIZASHI strengthens our presence in the crucial Asian business territories and expands our Asia Pacific footprint. This new partner addition aligns with our current robust expansion strategy and will strengthen our bilateral relationships by providing greater opportunities for our global clients and candidates,” said Stephen Dallamore, AltoPartners’ global chairman.

Takashi Mochizuki, KIZASHI partner  and Japanese AltoPartners representative, said: “We joined AltoPartners to provide our clients with increased value-added services and cross-border executive search opportunities through the AltoPartners alliance. We are now able to enhance our services to clients and provide them with global knowledge and activity insights that will be of great benefit to their operations.”

AltoPartners is an international alliance of independent search firms with offices in 31 countries in the Americas, Europe, Middle East, Africa, and Asia-Pacific. The alliance serves clients in consumer/retail/luxury goods; industrial manufacturing/natural resources/infrastructures & utilities; financial services; technology/telecom; healthcare & life sciences; media and education sectors worldwide.

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

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