Concilium Search New York office opens its doors

(Head of Americas) , Samuel Deane (Head of Permanent Search, Americas) and Daniel Jeffery (Head of Contracts, Americas) have permanently relocated...

1st August 2018

Concilium Search’s New York office (2 Park Avenue, New York City, NY) is officially opening on 30th July 2018. Newly promoted Senior Partners, Oliver Harrison (Head of Americas), Samuel Deane (Head of Permanent Search, Americas) and Daniel Jeffery (Head of Contracts, Americas) have permanently relocated from Concilium’s London HQ, tasked with the operational management and growth of the business in the Americas.

After more than a year of planning and preparation led by CEO, Maduka Okeke, this landmark move marks the opening of Concilium’s first international office after 3 years & 7 months of trading.

Maduka Okeke - “I’d like to take this time to say good luck to the trio of Ollie, Dan and Sam who are about to embark upon the great Concilium expansion in the U.S.A. I’m as excited about this office as I was on the 1st January 2015 in London (when Concilium was founded). Equally, it will be a shame not to physically share the same work space with the superstars who came to me as bright-eyed graduates many years ago.”

The New York office will not be Concilium’s only international expansion in 2018. In December, Concilium will also open an office in Amsterdam (Netherlands). Catalysed by increased transatlantic and European business demands, becoming physically closer to clients across the world was identified as an absolute must to ensure the highest quality of service.

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Richard Walker-Taylor

Richard is the Managing Partner of Concilium Search and is globally responsible for permanent recruitment across the Life Sciences, Industrials and Management Consulting divisions. He has extensive experience in executive search & selection, having focused predominantly within the Life Sciences sector.

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