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Pedersen & Partners continues its APAC expansion with new appointment

Pedersen & Partners continues its APAC expansion with new appointmentInternational Executive Search firm Pedersen & Partners has announced that Brant Burke has joined its Hong Kong team as a principal within the Asia Pacific Industrial Practice Group.

Brant has over 10 years of executive search experience throughout the Asia Pacific region, while his expertise is focused on partnering with and advising clients within the Advanced Materials, Speciality Chemicals, Paints & Coatings, and Plastics industry segments. He has strong industry expertise and solid experience in working closely with clients to build their leadership teams in APAC. Before joining Pedersen & Partners, Brant was the Advanced Technologies practice director of a regional executive search firm.

Commenting on his new appointment, Brant said: “In order to remain competitive in evolving environments across APAC, organisations must drive innovation into their core strategies. The challenge is to find executives to lead these businesses forward, into Industry 4.0 and beyond. I look forward to being part of the Pedersen & Partners team, as the firm’s global presence and proven commitment to clients is highly compelling.”

Gary Williams, deputy managing partner and head of APAC at Pedersen & Partners, added: “As we continue to grow our firm’s reputation in Asia Pacific, the addition of Brant to the team adds a new dimension and strengthens our Industrial Practice in the region. I am confident that his background and extensive industry experience will be a valuable asset to Pedersen & Partners and our clients.”


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