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IMSA Search Global Partners

IMSA Search Global Partners, founded in 1991 is a global association of established, owner managed, executive search firms registered in
Zurich, Switzerland. Today we have 50 offices in 27 countries. Through our network across the globe, all meeting together at a bi-annual conference to discuss international recruiting projects, we provide our clients global presence with the ability to customize search projects according to their local needs.

As a closely-knit, cooperative network of leading executive search firms, IMSA offers clients worldwide resources for identifying
and recruiting premier, senior-level executives.

A key feature of all IMSA Search Global Partners Offices worldwide is the professionalism and trust between all partners working together to identify the best professional executives, nationally and internationally, to enable your business to reach its strategic and operational targets.

Our membership enables us to provide support for our clients’ international projects from the project planning phase through recommendation to a partner firm to coordination throughout the entire project scope.

Our offices worldwide: Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Czech Republic, Chile, China, Denmark, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Mauritius, Mexico, Morocco, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Spain, Switzerland. United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States of America.

IMSA Search Global Partners Continues Growth Trajectory With Strong Global Expansion

These are exciting times for IMSA Search Global Partners. At the recent annual gathering of its Managing Partners – once again on Zoom due to Covid concerns – IMSA Search President Monika Ciesielska shared the many accomplishments of its international team of senior executive search consultants from around the globe.

Post-Pandemic, Employee Mental Health More Critical Than Ever

Since March 2020, when the pandemic began, people around the world have suffered greatly. Isolation, illness, and job loss has led to increased stress and anxiety. Now, as employers prepare to return to offices, they need to consider: how will they bring their workforce back (remote, hybrid, in-person)? what will office spaces look like (reconfigured, downsized, shared space)? what will vaccine protocols be (required or not, proof or no proof)? and, most importantly, what will employees’ mental health and wellness be?

Cybersecurity – The #1 Risk Business Leaders Can’t Afford to Ignore

The risk of cybercrime to businesses of all sizes is very real, with significant costs, and can no longer be ignored. Planning ahead is essential to ensuring business continuity. Cybersecurity Ventures, a leading researcher and online resource for the global cyber economy projects global cybercrime costs to increase by 15% per year, reaching $10.5 trillion annually by 2025. And according to global cybersecurity leader Trend Micro Inc., in their Cyber Risk Index Report, an annual survey of 2,800 IT managers and practitioners from the US, Europe, and Asia/Pacific, 26% of global corporations fell victim to 7 or more cyberattacks in the past year, and over 80% of these expect such attacks to be “somewhat” or “very likely” to succeed.