StevenDouglas Expands to Atlanta

StevenDouglas office Atlanta David Mauger

February 1, 2018 – Sunrise, FL-based executive search firm StevenDouglas has expanded with the launch of a new office in Atlanta and the addition of David Mauger as a director of technology search.

Mr. Mauger will be responsible for developing the firm’s information technology search practice by leveraging his experience in recruiting executive and middle management professionals across cybersecurity, data and analytics, application development and emerging digital technologies in the greater Atlanta area. Mr. Mauger began his career with one of the largest information technology recruiting firms in the world. He was consistently the top producing recruiter within the IT search practice and grew his Atlanta-based team to be the organization’s most successful market in the country.

Most recently, Mr. Mauger was a principal consultant with TritonExec, a provider of executive search and talent advisory services for the professional and technology services industry. Before that, he was a practice director at Randstad Technologies US and earlier served as a consultant with Lucas Group.

Atlanta Market

“We are thrilled to have David join our team to develop the Atlanta marketplace,” said Matt Shore, president of StevenDouglas. “This expansion is in direct response to continued requests from existing clients with significant presence in the local market. Our office here will help us leverage the area’s diverse technology talent pool and expand our client footprint.”

Atlanta was chosen because it is rich in culture and international presence, said StevenDouglas. The area is also seeing rapid economic development.

The Atlanta market is full of opportunity from both an HR talent and enterprise perspective, said the firm, with 29 Fortune 1000 companies. In addition, over 75 percent of the Fortune 1000 have a presence in the Atlanta area, and the region hosts roughly 1,250 multinational corporations. The Atlanta market is also home to companies including Coca-Cola Co., Home Depot, UPS, Delta Air Lines and Turner Broadcasting.

Established in 1984, StevenDouglas is a boutique search and interim resources firm. Its client base is industry agnostic and ranges from start-ups and emerging middle market companies to Fortune 500 companies and public and private equity-owned firms. Recently, the firm expanded into Canada with the opening of a new office in Toronto. Navinder Binning, who joined StevenDouglas as vice president, leads the executive search business in the Canadian region.

Atlanta Expansion

A handful of search firms have expanded in the Atlanta market in recent months. Here is a sampling from the Hunt Scanlon Media archives:

Charlotte, NC-based Search Solution Group (SSG) has opened a new office Atlanta. The firm hired Mini Brown to head the new location and develop relationships in the region. Ms. Brown has over 13 years of experience in recruiting and business development in the Atlanta market.

Jobplex, the Chicago-based partner company of DHR, expanded with the addition of Mark Mayleben as partner and leader of its Atlanta office. He was brought aboard to be a catalyst in the company’s growing apparel, consumer goods, food and beverage, leisure, and retail sectors.

Boyden expanded its staff in Atlanta with the addition of Steve Nilsen as a partner. Mr. Nilsen brings expertise in global marketing and executive search. Most recently, he was a partner with recruiting firm SSi-SEARCH, where he specialized in the placement of C-level executives in the consumer and healthcare sectors.

hrQ opened an office in Atlanta with the addition of Carrie Magee, who recently held a line executive role with Citi where she led end-to-end customer experience across all functions of Citi Retail Services. “hrQ is excited to be a part of strengthening the broader business community through the strategic placement of the best HR talent in the market,” said Ms. Magee.

Contributed by Scott A. Scanlon, Editor-in-Chief; Dale M. Zupsansky, Managing Editor; Stephen Sawicki, Managing Editor; and Will Schatz, Managing Editor – Hunt Scanlon Media

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