BridgeStreet Partners is a boutique retained search firm founded in 2007 with offices in New York, Los Angeles, Palo Alto and Dallas. The firm counsels clients on recruiting and retaining outstanding and impactful leaders, and help them lower the risks associated with hiring senior executives.
Each Managing Director has not only 20 plus years of retained search experience but also brings a deep level of prior industry experience. Its Managing Directors have been CFO’s, CIO’s, Partners in Consulting, and Sales and Marketing Executives. This strong operating and consulting expertise makes them uniquely qualified to ensure the executives they recruit possess the industry and functional skill sets as well as the organizational aptitude for success.
BridgeStreet Partners has a national reach and has completed over a thousand assignments across many industries and challenging business situations.
At BridgeStreet Partners they utilize a high-touch performance-driven search process. Its client service model is consultative and hands on.
They execute each assignment with a minimum of two Partners and no delegation to junior consultants. This allows the firm to identify and engage the “best” passive candidates.
Further ensuring personalized service, they limit the number of assignments they accept to focus its resources on immediate client needs. The firm has national coverage with virtually no off-limits.
BridgeStreet Partners is a boutique retained search firm founded in 2007 with offices in New York, Los Angeles, Palo Alto and Dallas.
The firm counsels clients on recruiting and retaining outstanding and impactful leaders, and help them lower the risks associated with hiring senior executives.
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