Talentor got new Partners in Netherlands and Switzerland

by Sabine Steiner in — December 2016
The global executive search specialist is now working with a Dutch partner, Gert Gronewoud (Bosco Verde), and the Swiss consulting company MAS Management Assets Services, Reto Bleisch. The experienced consultants from both countries want to profit from the Talentor network and intend to expand their international executive search projects by entering into this partnership. The cooperation is another step for Talentor as it advances on its expansion course.

Talentor extends its international network

Talentor Niederlande – Bosco Verde

Gert Gronewoud

Gert Gronewoud is the owner of Bosco Verde and has many years of experience in the search for and selection of individuals to fill management positions, especially in the IT sector. On account of his IT focus, he has repeatedly been recommended by well-known companies to fill challenging positions in the middle and upper management segment by direct search. He has always had good client connections to Scandinavia and the Baltic states, so a partnership with an international consulting company such as Talentor was the next important step for his development.

Emp Nl Gert Groenewoud
Talentor Schweiz

MAS Management Assets Services AG

Reto Bleisch is the founder of the Swiss headhunting company MAS Management Assets Services AG. Since 1990, the consulting company has successfully and competently supported the search for and selection of executives and professionals. The consultancy team is particularly distinguished by its experience in line functions in the following industries: medical technology, pharmaceuticals, consumer goods, machinery, logistics, services, banking, insurance, machine and apparatus engineering, and IT.

Emp Ch Reto Bleisch

Expansion course continues

We are delighted to expand our network with these two new partnerships and to provide additional value to our international clients,” said Michael Sarsteiner, CEO of Talentor International. “We have significantly increased the number of our cross-border search projects in 2016, and we notice that this trend is continuing. In particular, between China and Europe, we observe that our clients are constantly recommending us and the demand for our service is still high among Chinese investors in Europe as well as European companies in China. However, we are not standing still and have set ourselves the goal of continuing to develop the markets that are relevant to our clients.”