InterSearch TURKEY celebrates 40th ANNIVERSARY
InterSearch Worldwide, a leading global executive search organization operating in more than 45 countries, has announced that its member firm in Turkey, Poyraz Consulting, Inc., is celebrating its 40th anniversary in 2013.
Specializing in executive search and selection, research and surveys, restructurings, and other HR and management consulting services, Poyraz is highly respected by its clients and candidates of all levels throughout Turkey.
“Even as we celebrate 40 successful years, we will look ahead and continue to build our organization stronger while providing excellent service to all our clients,” said Ali Ihsan Poyraz, the firm’s founder and chief consultant. “Our executive search services have long been a hallmark of quality client engagement, and our clients have come to expect a passionate approach to securing top-level talent. We look forward to upgrading all our competencies to help ensure success for our clients in the years ahead.”
Famed Turkish pianist and composer/arranger Ozdener Koyutürk performed a recital at Poyraz’s initial 40th anniversary celebration. Additional events to commemorate the milestone achievement are planned in the coming weeks.
“I’m happy to extend hearty congratulations to Poyraz Consulting on behalf of the InterSearch Worldwide organization,” said Chairman Frank Schelstraete. “We live in volatile economic times, which makes 40 years of quality service to clients quite a remarkable achievement.”
InterSearch Worldwide is a global organization of executive search firms consistently ranked amongst the largest retained executive search practices in the world. InterSearch is currently operating in more than 45 countries, staffed by local professionals selected for their experience and reputation in their own markets and their ability to operate internationally. For additional information, please visit www.intersearch.org.
Media contact: Eric Sodorff +1 847 922 4370 E.Sodorff@intersearch.org
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