NPAworldwide Continues Growth Across The U.S.

November 18, 2015 – Member-owned recruitment network NPAworldwide has added three new member firms in the U.S. Membership in the network allows independent recruiters to serve their clients and candidates by partnering with other member firms on a split-fee basis.

  • Greensboro, NC-headquartered Omnia Search LLC is a specialized search and consulting firm dedicated to the needs of colleges, military/government, non-profit and the corporate world. The firm places head coaches to athletic directors to CEOs. The company is led by president Justin Stalek.
  • Edgecumbe Group is based in New York City and specializes in the biotech, manufacturing, petrochemical, engineering services, aerospace, public accounting & the private equity industries. MaryAnn Genovese heads the firm as its managing director.
  • MedMatch Plus is located in Detroit and provides healthcare recruiting in the areas of physician offices, home care/long-term care, health insurance plans, radiology/imaging and therapy/rehab. The firm was founded in 1987 and is led by president Deb Craig.

“As a member-owned cooperative, each member firm is a part-owner of our network,” said Dave Nerz, president of NPAworldwide. “Independent recruitment agencies that join NPAworldwide are committed to increasing their service to clients and candidates by working together with other member firms and sharing the resulting fees.”

In July, NPAworldwide added nine new members across the East Coast, Midwest and West Coast. Those new members include 7th Avenue Partners in New York; Atlanta-headquartered Diamond Executive Search; The Leon Group Inc. in Washington, D.C.; Baltimore-based Nations Executive Search Group Inc.; Client Growth Consultants in Des Moines; Grand Rapids-based Compass Point Labor Management; Fayetteville, Arkansas-based Professional Talent Partners; San Diego-headquartered Staff Smart, Inc.; and Salt Lake City-based Smart Rhino Labs, LLC.

Contributed by Dale M. Zupsansky, Managing Editor, Hunt Scanlon Media

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