Human capital remains the greatest asset for professional service and business service providers
Business and professional service firms have become an essential part of industries throughout the world. As businesses look to divest non-core operations in an effort to cut costs post-financial crisis, business and professional services firms have the opportunity to grow substantially.
But to stay competitive, services firms must remain at the cutting edge of technology, and must translate this into increased value for customers. To do this, business and professional service firms require strategic leaders with the charisma and talent to motivate a global workforce and drive them towards a common objective.
From technical and manual operations, to highly sophisticated intellectual input, many professional services firms have emerged in France to become a major part of the economic landscape.
At Odgers Berndtson we support these industries in securing individuals with the knowledge and experience to keep their organisations at the forefront of the industry.
We work closely with medium and large professional services firms and support them in recruiting exceptional leaders who will provide added value to their clients.
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