IIC Partners Welcomes Philadelphia's Salveson Stetson Group as its Latest Member
London _ IIC Partners is pleased to welcome Philadelphia-based Salveson Stetson Group as its latest member, bringing the retained organization's total number of offices to 53 in 37 countries globally, and now six in the USA.
Salveson Stetson Group was established in 1996 by John Salveson and Sally Stetson, two highly respected human resources consultants who believed they had a better model for a search firm - one that considered cultural fit as carefully as it did experience.
Under their leadership, SSG has managed searches for leading organizations including major corporations, smaller privately-held companies and not-for-profits, across all sectors. In addition, they have a specialty life sciences practice identifying talent for clinical, scientific and other corporate officers.
Salveson Stetson Group has a significant amount of experience completing searches in the following functional areas: Finance, General Management, Human Resources, and Sales and Marketing.
John Salveson said: "We are delighted to join IIC Partners as our values and focus on delivering high quality services to our clients are compatible."
Sally Stetson commented: "Salveson Stetson Group believes this partnership will allow us to provide more comprehensive global support to our clients."
IIC Partners Global Chair Ms Lim Chye Lian said she was very pleased to welcome a firm of Salveson Stetson Group's quality to the organization.
"Salveson Stetson Group has an excellent reputation in retained executive search within the United States, and in particular, in the Life Sciences sector. Our members are delighted to welcome them on board," Ms Lim said.
IIC Partners is the world’s eighth largest executive search organization with 53 offices in 37 countries. An affiliation of individually successful, independently owned retained executive search firms, it has strong global reach with exceptional local focus and knowledge. IIC Partners celebrates its 25th anniversary in 2011.