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Rise of eCommerce in the Gulf market – are you in? - Pedersen and Partners Executive Search

Dubai, United Arab Emirates – Online shopping, often referred to as eCommerce, is gradually transforming the entire retail industry – enabling buyers to explore, buy and sell products online from any connected device, including computers, smartphones, tablets, and e-book readers.

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The grass is actually greener – Oil & Gas talent finds a new home in renewables - Pedersen and Partners Executive Search

Houston, USA – Despite optimistic forecasts from many analysts, the Oil & Gas industry just doesn’t seem to be able to pick up where it left off before the oil price slump. The near future prospects look bleak for the sector, as both official and unofficial records show layoffs as the primary resort to cost-cutting measures. A global number of 350,000 layoffs were reported by Bloomberg, and 23,000 jobs were cut in the U.S. alone in the first quarter of 2016. Based on unofficial market data, the numbers continue to deteriorate.

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Pole position – survey reveals common traits of Polish executives – Part 2 - Pedersen and Partners Executive Search

Warsaw, Poland – Almost three decades have passed since Poland began its journey towards capitalism, and now that the Polish millennial generation has entered the labour market as part of the globalised disruptive wave, it’s worth examining the ways in which Poles position themselves towards other nationalities in the business environment. Many of the most sought-after executives in Poland have experienced both worlds, and know the old ways and new ways of doing business. The unique traits of Polish managers are frequently touched upon during Executive Search projects and in meetings with middle and senior managers (from both Eastern and Western Europe).

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Pole position – survey reveals common traits of Polish executives – Part 1 - Pedersen and Partners Executive Search

Warsaw, Poland – In its 2016 World Economic Outlook report, the International Monetary Fund concluded that the economies of emerging markets have remained resilient, despite lower capital inflows and higher capital outflows since 2010. Of the emerging markets, Poland’s steady economy, market opportunities and sizeable labour force make it a prime target for investments.

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Sourcing and growing capable leaders for the US-Mexico trade boom - Pedersen and Partners Executive Search

Mexico City, Mexico – Mexico’s economy has been booming in recent years, despite the global and regional impact of low gas prices. The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) has been highly beneficial; US trade with Mexico has increased sixfold since NAFTA was signed in 1994.

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The Barnum Effect and your LinkedIn profile - Pedersen and Partners Executive Search

Warsaw, Poland – The 19th century American businessman P.T. Barnum ran an immensely successful circus, with acrobats, performing horses, strongmen, and – most significantly – fortune-tellers. Barnum was intrigued by the fact that so many people were more than willing to pay good money to be told their fortunes, even though they were all being told the same thing over and over (which he knew because he was listening from behind the scenes). And every customer was satisfied, because they were convinced that they were being given a fortune that was theirs and theirs alone, personal and perfect.

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Closing the gender gap in energy and natural resources  	 - Pedersen and Partners Executive Search

Johannesburg, South Africa – The energy and natural resources sector has traditionally been a “boys’ club,” with women particularly underrepresented in high-level decision-making positions.

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Executive Search on the brink of Brexit - Pedersen and Partners Executive Search

London, UK – It is the issue that nobody in the United Kingdom can avoid right now: the referendum on European Union membership that will be held on June 23rd. On this date, British voters could take a momentous step and vote to leave a club that most European countries are members of, or wish to join. This is the first such referendum in the EU, so it is naturally difficult to make predictions about the outcome, and in particular the impact on the executive search sector of what has come to be known as “Brexit”.

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Latin American talent market – challenges and opportunities  - Pedersen and Partners Executive Search

We have seen an increasing number of international firms moving their Latin American headquarters to Miami, Houston, Panamá, Mexico and other countries in the region, and in the process facing the inherent challenges of hiring senior executives across the continent. 

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Mining Industry: Talent Forecast - Pedersen and Partners Executive Search

Toronto, Canada – The past six years have been turbulent for the global economy to say the least, and the mining sector is no exception. Based on the atmosphere at the recent PDAC Convention, although the outlook for 2016 is still very uneasy, there is some longer-term optimism for the sector. Numbers were down with 22,000 in attendance, but the overall outlook was more positive than last year, with precious metals and some other commodities starting to rally in price.

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