29 Jun Kaye/Bassman Ranked Top 10 Executive Search Firm
Executive Search Review Recognizes Kaye/Bassman International as Top 10 U.S. Search Firm
PLANO, TX – June 27, 2016 – Fueled by continued growth in 2015 and 2016, Kaye/Bassman International, Corp. (kbiccareers.com), a leading retained executive search firm, today announced the Kaye/Bassman – Sanford Rose Associates Network is once again ranked as Top 10 executive search provider globally and in the U.S./Americas by industry tracking firm Hunt Scanlon Media. Learn more about our network growth and exciting achievement by viewing the complete list by Executive Search Review at http://huntscanlon.com/top-50/ or http://huntscanlon.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/Hunt-Scanlon-Top-50.pdf.
Kaye/Bassman was founded in 1981 with a mission to positively impact companies and enhance careers by providing the best in professional, executive, technical and scientific search. With home offices in Plano, Texas, Kaye/Bassman International provides global recruiting solutions with full range of permanent placement options.
Kaye/Bassman – Sanford Rose Associates Network search practices specialize by the ideal combination of functional area, industry sector, level and geographic location. The firm is flexible in customizing the process, relationship and terms arounds the unique needs and expectations of its clients. The patented Client Focused Search™ approach combined with the market mastery model enable the firm to identify, attract, evaluate and acquire the right candidates for its client’s most urgent and critical needs.
Hunt Scanlon Media presents its annual roundup of the largest, fastest growing executive search firms in the Americas. They present the 50 top firms in this dynamic marketplace – ranging from the largest recruiting and talent leadership solutions firms to the leading boutique specialists that dominate the list this year. Hunt Scanlon Media reporters and analysts have studied each search firm in-depth and have highlighted recruiters in every conceivable industry and functional sector.