07 May 2021
Odgers Berndtson launches in Southern Cone of Latin America
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The launch of Odgers Berndtson across Latin America, following a growing demand for headhunting expertise in Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Paraguay, and Uruguay
Odgers Berndtson, a leading global executive search firm with offices in 30 countries around the world, has opened offices in Buenos Aires, Santiago, Puerto Montt and Montevideo . The launch of Odgers Berndtson across Latin America, follows a growing demand from organisations in the region for high-quality executive search expertise.
Odgers Berndtson’s Southern Cone will be led by Managing Partner John Byrne, a veteran of the Chilean executive search industry.
“The launch will enable us to draw upon Odgers Berndtson’s global network and combine it with our experience of local markets across all the major cities in Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Paraguay, and Uruguay. Combined with Odgers Berndtson’s other South American offices, we will have a commanding presence on the continent,”
For Odgers Berndtson, these offices mark another milestone in its expansion throughout Latin America and builds on its presence in Brazil and Mexico where it has offices in São Paulo, Mexico City and Monterrey.
Kester Scrope, CEO of Odgers Berndtson, said:
“The launch of Odgers Berndtson Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Paraguay, and Uruguay is another step in growing our presence in the Americas and adds one more major market in which we can meet our global client’s needs.”
About Odgers Berndtson:
For over 50 years, Odgers Berndtson has helped some of the world’s biggest and best organisations find the senior talent to drive their agendas. We deliver executive search, assessment and development to businesses and organisations varying in size, structure and maturity. We work across 50 sectors, whether commercial, public or not-for-profit and draw on the experience of partners and their teams in 30 countries. Learn more about our global locations or Tweet us @OdgersUKNews.