Horton International, the Global Executive Search Firm, Announces the Opening of a New Office in Peru
Global executive search group, Horton International with 40 offices in 30 countries, is pleased to announce the opening of a new office in Lima, Peru, a boutique organisation that augments the firm’s operations in Latin America.
Led by Managing Partner Rossana Bayona, Horton International Peru provides executive search services across a number of sectors, including Consumer Goods, Food Industries, Fishing, Mining, Retail, Manufacturing, Automotive, Distribution & Logistics, Airport Services, Consulting Services, Cosmetics, Banking, Construction, Education, Mass Media and Healthcare.
Rossana comes to Horton International with over 20 years of executive search experience in handling top level and middle management executive search assignments across a range of industry sectors. Additionally, since 2004, Rossana has been an International Business Partner and Forum Leader of Renaissance Executive Forums, a US-based organisation whose focus is the Top Executive.
“We are delighted to welcome Rossana as our new managing partner. After opening a new office in Brazil earlier this year, adding an office in Peru further underpins our strategy across Latin America and globally, to ensure our clients receive the best worldwide knowledge and expertise tailored to the local market,” said Ross Eades, Chief Executive of Horton International. “This demonstrates our continued determination to expand our capabilities across all major global economies as well as our commitment to new and emerging markets.”
Joshua Hollander, Regional Director of Horton International for the Americas, added, “Rossana has a fantastic reputation for advising top executives on the key issues they face in leading their organisations. This broad business understanding truly differentiates her in her approach to executive search and enables her to take a strategic approach to executive search and ultimately attract the best talent for her clients.”
The Peruvian economy has experienced a structural change in the past three decades. Currently, the services sector is the main contributor to the country’s GDP, with nearly 60% share. Telecommunications and financial services are the main branches of the services sector; together they account for nearly 40% of GDP. Industry, which represents around 35% of GDP, has undergone a process of modernisation, which has translated into increased employment in the country’s primary industrial areas.
By Ross Eades - CEO, Horton International