About Us

Greenwich Harbor Partners is a senior level executive recruiting firm for Media, Technology, and Business Services. The firm specializes in recruiting c-suite executives and their direct reports in General Management, Sales, Marketing, Communications and Customer Service. Greenwich Harbor Partners also has a significant for-profit and non-profit Board of Directors recruiting practice.

They are passionate about partnering with clients to find outstanding senior executives with a demonstrated record of producing results. The firm concentrates on fast-moving industries and functions where content and technology converge and are rapidly changing the competitive landscape.

The firm has over 20 years of executive search experience and have completed over 500 senior executive assignments. In addition, they have placed over 60 board members with 20 organizations in the last four years. The principals have worked in industry as general managers and investors and have direct professional experience in the issues and opportunities that face clients.

The firm has an active cross border practice and have represented a number of companies building their presence in the U.S. or seeking U.S. talent and have worked recently for companies from Asia and Western Europe.

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The firm has over 20 years of executive search experience and have completed over 500 senior executive and board recruiting assignments.

Solutions And Expertise

The firm specializes in recruiting board directors c-suite executives and their direct reports in General Management, Sales, Marketing, Communications and Customer Service.

Solutions
  • Advisory Services
  • Board Services
  • Executive Search
  • Leadership Develop.
  • Succession Planning
Industries
  • Advertising/Marketing
  • Alt. Investments
  • Cloud Based
  • Communications
  • Consumer
  • Consumer Products
  • Consumer Services
  • Cultural Arts
  • Data & Analytics
  • Education
  • Financial Services
  • High Tech
  • Internet
  • Luxury
  • Media & Entertainment
  • Mobile
  • Non-Profit
  • Payments/Processes
  • Private Equity
  • Professional Services
  • Retail
  • Software
  • Technology
  • Transportation
  • Travel, Hosp. & Leisure
  • Venture Capital
Functions
  • Advertising
  • Board/Governance
  • Business Development
  • CEO/President
  • Communications/PR
  • Customer Service
  • Data/Analytics
  • Development
  • Diversity & Inclusion
  • Finance/Accounting
  • General Management
  • GM/Operations
  • Information/Digital
  • Marketing & Sales

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Greenwich Harbor Partners Opens in San Francisco
Greenwich Harbor Partners Opens in San Francisco

Fifty two percent of San Francisco Bay Area executives say it is “somewhat” or “very challenging” to find skilled candidates for professional-level positions, according to the San Francisco Bay Area Professional Employment Forecast from Robert Half. Seventy-seven percent of hiring managers plan to hire for open roles in the next six months. Recruiters say highly skilled

Greenwich Harbor Partners Fills Top Marketing Roles for Sonic Corp.

Greenwich Harbor Partners has made four key placements in a significant buildout of the marketing team for Sonic Corp., a $4.5 billion company and the nation’s largest chain of drive-in restaurants. The roles filled were chief marketing officer, vice president of national marketing, vice president of digital strategies and chief brand officer. The searches were

Greenwich Harbor Partners Find Head of eCommerce for GoBe

Executive search firm Greenwich Harbor Partners has placed Sam Bloomberg-Rissman as head of eCommerce for GoBe, a newly launched subsidiary of Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines. The enterprise provides travel experiences in 97 countries and 895 cities. Mr. Bloomberg-Rissman, who will report to CEO Billy Campbell, is based in Miami. Mr. Bloomberg-Rissman previously worked in progressive positions at

A Top Recruiter Offers ‘Five Golden Rules’ for Career Advancement

Ted Pryor, managing director with Greenwich Harbor Partners, recently took a phone call from a young professional seeking career advice. She works at a major private equity group for its chief of staff. She told the recruiter she works nights and most weekends and was having a difficult time meeting her career goals. She seemingly had it all, thought

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