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– Award Winning Former Iveco HR Director Unai Saez Joins Team Capital To Develop Pioneering Practice Focused on Industry 4.0 / ‘Industrial IoT’ (Internet of Things) Digital, Training and Recruitment –
– London 11 December 2017 – Leading Global Boutique Executive Search and Specialty Consulting firm Team Capital (www.teamcapitalgroup.com) has today announced the appointment of former Iveco HR Director Unai Saez as Director of its Industry 4.0 (IoT) Digital, Training and Recruitment Practice. His appointment is effective November 27, 2017 and this new dedicated Practice establishes Team Capital’s niche focus on Industry 4.0/ ‘Industrial IoT’ Digital, Training and Recruitment. Saez will be based in Madrid. Continue reading
London, November 3, 2017
Whether you are a Team Capital client, future client or senior candidate working with our firm, pending GDPR regulations mean that you – as individuals – need to take control of your career and future opportunities. This further amplifies the importance of ensuring you have close ties to a global search firm, such as Team Capital. If senior business professionals fail to facilitate their data being stored by search firms, they will simply fall off the radar post May 2018 and the doors to many roles will start to swing shut. Failure to consider what you need to be doing as individuals will remove you from the radar of the executive search sector and your career prospects could be put in jeopardy.
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– Leading Global Boutique Executive Search and Specialty Consulting firm Team Capital www.teamcapitalgroup.com opens office in Paseo de la Castellana following recent expansion in Africa and Middle East –
Madrid – October 24, 2017 – Team Capital a leading global boutique executive search and specialty consulting firm, today announced the opening of a new office in Madrid which will be located in Paseo de la Castellana. The new office will serve as a hub for international and Spanish headquartered clients working both domestically in Spain as well as in complex overseas geographies. Continue reading
Dr. M. El Badawi Omer Joins Global Boutique Search and specialty consulting Firm Team Capital as Senior Associate, Sudan and Saudi Arabia. Dr. Omer will split his time between the firm’s Sudan and Al Khobar offices .
London – October 9, 2017 – Team Capital (www.teamcapitalgroup.com) a leading global boutique search and specialty consulting firm today announced the appointment of Dr. M. El Badawi Omer as a Senior Associate of the firm’s Advisory Practice. His appointment is effective October 2, 2017 and further builds the firm’s global presence and advisory capabilities in cross border and complex geographies. Continue reading
Reverse culture shock can be the worst thing about returning from a stint abroad, but nurturing a continuing relationship with your expat country can help in surprising ways. By Tiffanie Wen
Zoey Ilouz, a native Californian, has been an expatriate in Israel twice. Continue reading
Javier Girones Joins Global Boutique Executive Search Firm Team Capital as Managing Partner, Spain, Latin America and the Middle East.
London – June 20, 2017 – Team Capital (www.teamcapitalgroup.com) a leading global boutique executive search and specialty consulting firm today announced the appointment of Javier Girones as a Managing Partner of the firm and the opening of an office in Madrid. His appointment is effective June 16, 2017.
– Team Capital Makes Partner Appointment and Announces Opening of Madrid Office, following it’s Bahrain office launch –
A growing number of global firms are using as English their main language – even if they are based in Japan or France. By Bryan Borzykowski.
Nearly every meeting Keiko Claassen must attend at work is held in English. No big deal – except that her company is based in Italy and she’s Dutch.
At one recent meeting where she was the only non-Italian in the room, her colleagues stopped speaking English – the common language between them – because someone had trouble following the conversation.