About Us

At Hightech Partners, they believe that the word ‘digital’ is no longer only for ICT companies and young start-ups. All companies across all industries need to adapt their business models to thrive in the digital revolution. Its goal is to help companies navigate new business challenges by collaborating with them as a strategic partner to find top leadership talent in digital transformation. The firm differentiates itself from other executive search firms by taking a holistic approach to digital transformation: even executives that are not involved in tech aspects of their business need to be skilled in digital.

The firm is headquartered in Brussels, a crossroads of the European continent. As a result, the firm serves a wide range of industries from consultancies to financial institutions and public institutions to growing start-ups. They help clients fill positions at the manager, director, and executive levels. Geographically speaking, they serve companies across Europe, including UK, Belgium, France, Italy, Spain, the Netherlands, Germany, Switzerland Austria and the Nordics.

Hightech Partners adds value for its clients by innovating the executive recruitment process. The firm prides itself on the depth of its network through tools such as big data analytics as well as the speed and accuracy with which it works. Clients count on Hightech Partners to also serve as a leadership consultant through the lifecycle of digital transformation projects. Hightech Partner’s mission is to challenge the status-quo to deliver high impact for clients through strategic advisory, unique talent acquisition to build exponential organizations from the age of mainframe towards the future of quantum computing.

Solutions And Expertise

The firm is headquartered in Brussels, a crossroads of the European continent. As a result, the firm serves a wide range of industries from consultancies to financial institutions and public institutions to growing start-ups.

Solutions
  • Advisory Services
  • Assessment
  • Board Services
  • Executive Coaching
  • Executive Search
  • Leadership Consulting
  • Leadership Develop.
  • Mgmt. Consulting
  • On-Demand Recruiting
  • Onboarding
  • Succession Planning
Industries
Functions
  • Board/Governance
  • Business Development
  • CEO/President
  • Customer Service
  • Data/Analytics
  • Finance/Accounting
  • General Management
  • GM/Operations
  • Human Resources
  • Information/Digital
  • Marketing & Sales
  • Research & Develop.

News Briefings

Your Next Great Job is Hiding in Plain Sight

How bad to you want to find a new job or new career? Really, how serious, committed, and driven are you to fully engage in this exercise? How many hours per week will you commit to making this happen? On a scale of one to 10, 10 being as committed as can be, where are

Hightech Partners and ICT Control Create Ataya & Partners

Executive search firm Hightech Partners (HTP) has joined forces with Georges Ataya, founder of ICT Control, to create Ataya & Partners. The new venture will provide clients with a full-circle “digitally enabling” menu, ranging from assessments, targeted education, and certification to advisory and staffing services in digital transformation, data protection and information security, said Ataya

Hightech Partners Strengthens Search Team

Digital-focused executive search firm Hightech Partners (HTP) has announced that Elly de Vrijer, founder and owner of Dutch executive search firm Hill Consulting, will be joining HTP as a partner while still operating her own firm. This collaboration, said HTP, will help the firm strengthen its international reach. “Hightech Partners is delighted about the cooperation with Elly,”

Unemployment Rate Falls to 3.9 Percent

Employers added 157,000 jobs last month as the U.S. unemployment rate dipped to 3.9 percent, according to the most recent U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics report. The July gain is the 93rd consecutive month of job growth. The number of unemployed people rose to 6.3 million. The results fell short of the forecasts of analysts, who expected 190,000 jobs to