Find Great People (FGP)


For over 35 years, Find Great People (FGP) has been a nationally recognized executive recruitment firm with a talent platform inclusive of C-level search, middle management acquisition and talent consulting including: executive coaching, management assessment, compensation and rewards, and talent analytics. With locations across the Southeast, FGP works with clients ranging from public companies to high growth, entrepreneurial organizations in 44 states and 14 countries. FGP is a trusted advisor and leading executive search partner for companies of all sizes and Boards of Directors, bringing decades of proven experience supported with regional and national networks. FGP provides the benefit of a boutique firm with the capabilities and resources of a large company.

Although awards don’t define an organization, we are fortunate to have been recognized as one of the 100 largest privately held companies in the SC 100 (three years), Inc. 500 and 5000 company (five consecutive years), one of South Carolina’s Fastest Growing Companies (four consecutive years) and a Best Place to Work (eight years total, 5 of which have been consecutive). Our average employee tenure is over 9 years and we subscribe to the belief that it takes great people to Find Great People.







CEO Confidence Continues to Rise

CEO Confidence Continues to Rise

The Conference Board’s latest measure of CEO confidence, which rebounded in the fourth quarter of 2017, made further gains in the first quarter of 2018. The measure now reads 65, up from 63 in the last quarter of 2017. A reading of more than 50 points reflects more positive than negative responses. “CEOs remain positive

CEO Confidence in the Economy at All-Time High

A record-breaking number of CEOs are optimistic about the short term economic environment, according to PwC’s 21st annual survey of CEO sentiment. Fifty-seven percent of business leaders said they believe global economic growth will improve in the next 12 months. That’s almost twice the level of last year (29 percent) and the largest increase since PwC began asking