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The Economic Times has reported that Horton International, the executive search firm specialising in the recruitment of senior talent, has re-entered the Indian market.
“Earlier, we were present in India, however, we exited the country in 2003. Now, we have re-entered and are planning to focus in maritime and health care,” said Horton International Managing Partner Robin Billen to the paper.
“We are looking at long term relationships with our clients and will specialise in niche segment, therefore, we plan to go slow. Initially, we are looking mid-sized companies and be part of their growth story,” commented Managing Partner at the firm, Dipy Nigam.
The firm will focus on providing talent at senior executive levels, as well as specialists in industries such as media and entertainment, consumer goods, services, retail, and manufacturing.
It was also revealed that the company aims to increase its global presence by the end of the year.
Horton International has around 40 offices in the Americas, Europe and Asia-Pacific.