International Executive Search

The Best Heads
Around the Globe

Fingerprint rot

International Executive Search

The Best Heads -
Around the Globe

Global Reach,
Local Knowledge

Direct search around the globe! As the exclusive German partner of the IESF (International Executive Search Federation), we guarantee professional and reliable support in the recruitment of executives across the globe.

IESF is a cooperation of leading independent personnel consultancies in Europe, America, Asia and Australia. With around 50 offices in over 20 countries, IESF is number one among the international networks in the field of executive search. You can always let us direct the project from our German office, you can work with one of our on-site partners, or we can tailor the project organisation to your special needs and requirements. The filling of management positions at the international level is always guaranteed through consistent quality and professionalism, as well as our longstanding relationships with our partners.

Your Contact
in Germany

Stephan Löw


Once upon a time

2022 is a special year for IESF – the International Executive Search Federation – celebrating it’s 20th anniversary. In 2002 four executive search consultants from different continents met and started the conversation on what later would be the foundation of a successful global Executive Search network. In this interview with the founders of IESF we take a trip down memory lane.

IESF reports increase in cross border executive search assignments

Starting Q4 of 2021, the international executive search market seemed back to pre-pandemic levels, and growth accelerated from there. In only the first half year of 2022 IESF reported 30 international assignments. The further expectations for 2022 are promising.

Choose the Best Candidate - If Your Brain Will Let You

Have you ever heard about “The Beer Question”? Even when recruiting managers, you will often come to realise that “chemistry” is a crucial part of the decision making. The competent candidate might risk being deselected in favour of the more “likable” candidate.