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Hunter & Chase Chosen by Larsen & Toubro

27 January 2014

Hunter & Chase sign a deal to supply headhunting services for multiple senior level positions for Larsen & Toubro. The company with a $14 Billion dollar turnover has operations globally and is a well reputed multinational, which is a great endorsement to Hunter & Chase and its services.

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Hyundai Appoints Hunter & Chase

10 May 2013

Hyundai Appoints Hunter & Chase To Supply Management And Technical Staff Across Multiple Engineering And Construction Projects

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RAK Gas Engaged Hunter & Chase Following a Restructure

30 January 2013

RAK Gas engaged Hunter & Chase following a restructure that saw the current Chief Operations Officer depart and a new position created for a Managing Director, hence the need to hire a new COO and a new MD. Hunter & Chase were engaged on a number of high profile searches with the Government of RAK and came highly recommended thus commissioned for this project. It was a challenge, as these two positions shared some overlap yet were distinctly different and needed two different types of personalities with different skill sets, experience and background.

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Hunter & Chase Place Interim MD at Leading African FMCG Firm

17 January 2013

An owner of a small crisp manufacturing company, which was being aggressively pursued by PepsiCo for purchase, approached Hunter & Chase for help.

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Squeezed Middle needs to get "X" Factor

01 October 2012

The “Squeezed Middle”, the Oxford English Dictionary’s word of the year for 2011, should be applied this year to the mid-market discretionary retail sector. While luxury brands and value retailers have escaped the worst of the recession, it is discretionary mid-market brands such as Habitat, Thorntons, Aquascutum and La Senza that have suffered the worst. In order to survive in the squeezed middle, brands and retailers seem to need an “X” factor

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