New Head for TRANSEARCH Dusseldorf Office

Ingeborg Engel recently joined TRANSEARCH Germany heading up the Düsseldorf office. Prior to entering the executive search business in 1997 she worked 16 years in the chemicals and life sciences/industrial sectors. Ingeborg held various senior managerial positions assuming national and international responsibility in leading global companies. Ingeborg began her career with ICI (Zeneca), where she held sales and marketing positions of increasing accountability in Germany as well as at their headquarters in the UK.

Due to her business and market know-how she has been focusing her consultancy primarily on Life Sciences (Pharmaceuticals/Chemicals, Medical devices, Biotechnology) and the industrial sectors specifically Energy and Automotive/Engineered products. She has completed numerous assignments at all levels of senior management for both medium multinationals as well as large sized enterprises.

Ingeborg studied Economics and Business Administration in Frankfurt/Main, Paris and London and is a graduate from the European Business School, Schloss Reichartshausen.

Uli Ackermann, Managing Partner, TRANEARCH Germany says: "I am very pleased to have Ingeborg on board, heading up our Dusselfdorf operation. She combines more than 15 years' industry experience (including Managing Director!) with 10 years of successful executive search experience with firms like Roland Berger Executive Search and Signium/Ward Howell. Ingeborg will certainly be an asset for us both in Germany and Internationally.

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