Agility Executive Search
Agility Executive Search is a boutique executive search firm specializing in senior level and board searches. Founded in 2008, we are fanatic about quality, creativity, diversity and of course, being agile.
Our clients are significant private equity firms and other institutional investors as well as private and public companies. What brings us together is an appreciation of the value and impact that the right talent can bring to an organization and a commitment to a truly superior process to identify and recruit said talent.
We have conducted hundreds of board and executive searches and our process is superior by virtue of combining years working with and learning from the trailblazers of the industry with relentless focus and an attention to detail as well as a commitment to results. Our searches get completed in record time and with outstanding results. We do not believe in cookie-cutter solutions and are trying to decommoditize the search firm experience.
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