How do you typically find candidates for positions you are filling?
By Patrick Ropella. Posted 01/06/2012
Because of almost 30 years of specialization in the chemical and allied industries we have developed one of the world’s largest and most well polished databases of networking contacts — this includes: chemical, coatings, plastics, and other allied & high technology industry executives, and their employees, consultants, outplacement firms, associations, resume database services, as well as internet advertising and research sources—equating to well over 150,000 + contacts.
People move around a lot more than they did in the past, so our database is just one tool on our launch pad. What contacts we don’t have currently (or up to date) in our database… we find through a strong strategic partnership we have developed with an information research company called Xcavate. This is a firm that utilizes state-of-the-art research techniques and data mining software to research and identify any and all information we might may need on a client company, its targeted competitors, and prospective candidates, within a specific industry and/or niche, and Xcavate often includes competitive market intelligence to go along with search results.