Founded in 2001, Executives Unlimited, Inc. (EUI) is a premier provider of retained executive search services with regional offices in California, Utah, Connecticut, and New Jersey. We successfully support C-level recruitment for more than 700 clients across most industries, in addition to interim placement, compensation analysis, succession planning, leadership transformation, and board services. Our clients range from middle market companies to billion dollar multinational corporations, as well as family office and nonprofits.
Our consultative, collaborative client partnership approach takes a holistic look at both your current and future leadership needs. We help our clients identify strengths, weaknesses and opportunities as they relate to the search and help to define deliverables that are based on historical corporate performance and strategic growth plan.
We customize our search process for each client, providing industry education and insight. Our mastermind approach to finding the most qualified leaders allows for the best decision-making and makes Executives Unlimited the go-to firm for a customized recruitment experience.
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