Logistics Executive Group announces partnership
Logistics Executive offers “whole of life cycle talent management services” to meet evolving market / customer demands and this has led to the formal partnership with ECMR International Ltd.
“We are delighted to announce the partnership with ECMR and the opening of our new office in London, serving the UK and Ireland. Additionally, it’s a great pleasure to welcome Niamh Ní Bhéara to our Executive Team. Niamh brings a wealth of experience from her Aviation and Logistics career, and the services offered by ECMR will compliment those of Logistics Executive,” said Kim Winter, Global CEO for Logistics Executive Group.
Mr Winter continued “With Logistics and Supply Chain being a key contributor to the UK and Irish economies, the timely investment in this partnership will give UK and Irish customers access to highly skilled and experienced international candidates. This will afford companies in the UK and Ireland to the opportunity to recruit the best talent the industry has to offer, enabling them to compete on a global stage.”
Miss Ní Bhéara has almost 25 years’ experience in front-line Senior Management roles in the Aviation and Logistics industries. Having held positions with Global responsibility, living in several European countries, she has developed comprehensive knowledge of the operational, strategic and cultural challenges facing her clients. She excels at bringing a practical approach to problem solving and focuses on delivering holistic solutions. In addition to her strong commercial acumen, Niamh is recognized for high standards of coaching and development she and her company delivers.
“I am excited to be joining the Logistics Executive global team, creating a stronger footprint in Europe for the Group,” said Niamh Ní Bhéara. “This partnership allows ECMR to combine its passion for service and people, with the outstanding resources and reputation of a recognized industry leader to deliver executive search and Corporate Advisory solutions to a broader customer base.“
She continued, “The results of 2013/2014 Employment Market Survey, http://www.logisticsexecutive.com/cms/2014 EMS Report 210314.pdfsuggests that employers seeking to attract talent should consider focusing on development plans for new employees and talent retention could be improved by creating opportunities for career progression. The partnership between Logistics Executive and ECMR will deliver cohesive solutions supporting customer’ talent attraction, development and retention programs from our new London office.”