January 6, 2017 – U.K.-based Intrinsic Executive Search has merged with San Francisco area recruiters The Roseinstein Group. Silicon Valley based recruiter Darrell Rosenstein will head up the firm’s new San Francisco office and lead North American operations. Directors Ben Watkins and Paul French will remain and continue to support technology companies with their U.K. and European senior hiring needs.
The expansion is part of Intrinsic’s strategy to work more closely with the global MarTech communities, as well as to get closer to its growing VC, customer and candidate base in the U.S.
Recruiters say highly skilled candidates are in great demand throughout the San Francisco Bay Area, and they often receive multiple job offers with competitive compensation packages. As a result, there is growing demand for professional level candidates in the region.
“The merger between Intrinsic and The Roseinstein Group will offer our clients and candidates global reach when expanding in North America,” said Mr. Watkins, an Intrinsic director. “Our combined experience of helping hundreds of ecommerce, customer experience, marketing, business analytics, retail and CPG specific software firms goes back to the 1990s.”
Intrinsic Executive Search, with offices in the U.K., San Francisco and Germany, helps high growth customer experience, analytics, retail & CPG specific software & ecommerce firms with their key senior hiring strategies. Its executive search focus covers the identification, attraction and recruitment of C-level, VP, director, senior sales, pre-sales, channel, marketing and board level personnel for enterprise software and e-commerce related companies.
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U.K. Firms Look to U.S. for Growth
Intrinsic is not the only U.K.-based search firm looking to the U.S. for growth. Here is a look at a few others from the Hunt Scanlon Media newswire archives:
- SRi (Sports Recruitment International) expanded to the U.S. last year with the appointment of Steven Moser as a consultant. Mr. Moser becomes the first SRi appointment to be permanently based stateside, expanding the firm’s global reach that already includes bases in Australia, Canada, China, Germany, Singapore, Switzerland and the U.K. He is based in Phoenix;
- London-based executive search firm Nolan Partners expanded its operations to North America with the opening of offices in Los Angeles and New York and the appointment of Chad Biagini as managing director of North America;
- U.K.-headquartered Expand Executive Search recently launched its first U.S. office, establishing a presence in New York City. Executive search consultant Ollie Shipp heads the new location, relocating from the U.K.;
- London-headquartered executive recruiting firm eg.1 opened is first office in the U.S., establishing a location in New York City. The firm is led by Victoria Gumbley. She has assumed the title of vice president of North America, relocating from London to New York;
- London-based executive search firm Erevena opened its first U.S. office, establishing a location in San Francisco. The office is being led by partner Terry Shaw and principal consultant Max Levy, who relocated from London. Further additions the office are expected in coming months.
Contributed by Dale M. Zupsansky, Managing Editor, Hunt Scanlon Media