March 22, 2016 – Futurestep, a Korn Ferry company that provides talent acquisition solutions, has expanded its advanced technology practice with the additions of Joanne Cumper and Ian Mosby as managing consultants in its London office.
Ms. Cumper, who will work within the firm’s digital business across EMEA, brings nearly two decades of experience, working predominately in the technology, media and telecoms sector recruiting sales, marketing and leadership level positions. She will focus on delivering specialists for digital roles across EMEA, working with all industry sectors for digital transformation as well as pure play, consulting and data / insight.
Previously, Ms. Cumper was an executive search consultant with Halo Search. Earlier in her search career she was a senior consultant with TMP Worldwide.
Mr. Mosby will assume the position of managing consultant for Futurestep’s London office, also sitting within its advanced technology practice. His focus is on consulting and professional services clients, working at advisory, executive board, director and senior management levels. His emphasis is on transformation and operational excellence, risk and regulation in the legal, security and financial services sectors.
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He joins from specialist executive and leadership adviser Renaissance Leadership, where he led its consulting and professional services practice. Prior to this, he was part of the people and programs practice at Deloitte MCS, providing organization transformation services to clients in the U.K. and globally.
“These appointments are a reflection of the investment we are making in the business across EMEA,” said Phil Coulter, EMEA market leader, advanced technology, at Korn Ferry Futurestep. “Our business is expanding rapidly and it’s important that we support that growth with the best talent. Both Joanne and Ian bring a wealth of experience and knowledge with them that will help us to continue to drive our momentum in the region, and ensure we deliver excellent service to our clients.”
Contributed by Dale M. Zupsansky, Managing Editor, Hunt Scanlon Media