Pedersen & Partners boosts its Industrial Practice group in APAC, adds Jed Van Voorhis

March 18, 2019 – Hong Kong & China – Pedersen & Partners, a leading international Executive Search firm with 57 wholly owned offices in 53 countries, has appointed Jed Van Voorhis as a Client Partner within the Industrial Practice in APAC.

Jed Van Voorhis possesses over 20 years of Executive Search experience with a focus on Industrial, Cleantech, Healthcare & Life Sciences, and Technology sectors. In the course of his Executive Search career, Mr. Van Voorhis has worked with large international Executive Search firms in Taiwan and Greater China and has developed a strong network and client portfolio having recruited Board and C-level executives for organizations ranging from startups to Fortune 500 companies. 

"Pedersen & Partners’ global one-firm platform is what sets it apart from other Executive Search organisations. I look forward to working with my colleagues across the world to enhance the Industrial practice and deliver top quality solutions to our clients,” commented Jed Van Voorhis, on his appointment.


"Jed’s addition to our team further supports our focus of ensuring international expertise and network in the Industrial Practice, wherever our clients’ senior talent needs may be. His solid regional client base and excellent long-standing reputation as clients-driven and results-oriented professional will further enhance our reputation in key markets,” announced Alex Eymieu, Head of Asia Pacific at Pedersen & Partners.

Pedersen & Partners is a leading international Executive Search firm. We operate 57 wholly owned offices in 53 countries across Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia & the Americas. Our values Trust, Relationship and Professionalism apply to our interaction with clients as well as executives.

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