TRANSEARCH International Launches Office In Norway

TRANSEARCH International is delighted to announce the launch of a new office in Oslo.

Baard I. L. Storsveen heads up the office and is an experienced executive search consultant, with over 20 years' experience in the business, covering a full range of business models across most disciplines and sectors. Having worked as Consultant and Partner in the leadership development and recruiting sectors since 1995, he is well-known in the Norwegian market as a trusted advisor. He is often a guest writer on leadership and organisational culture building in one of Norway's leading Financial and Business magazines. Before joining TRANSEARCH, Baard owned a local executive search boutique firm, 79°S Executive Search & Advisory. He has served as Managing Partner in two global executive search firms (Odgers Berndtson and Korn Ferry) and Partner and Manager in several local executive search firms.

Baard and his team’s measurable results in talent acquisition and consulting speak for themselves resulting in long-term client relationships.

Baard says: “We are delighted to be joining the TRANSEARCH community and to align our services to a global standard which is the result of best practices partnership. We firmly believe that our clients will benefit from the global seamless delivery and value that the right partnership brings to our long-standing relationships, and we are glad to contribute our ideas and expertise to help achieve this goal.”

Alain Tanugi, TRANSEARCH International Chairman shares the following: “As our clients know all to well – finding the right talent to take your team to the next level is not an easy task! We are therefore delighted to welcome Baard and a growing business in a key Scandinavian market!

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