Execu|Search Named To 2019 NJBIZ Fast 50 List

November 15, 2019 Stephanie Klemperer

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The Execu|Search Group is excited to announce that we have been selected by NJBIZ as one of the 50 fastest growing companies in New Jersey!

The program recognizes the fastest-growing companies in the state that are making significant contributions to strengthening New Jersey’s economy. To qualify, companies had to meet selection criteria that included a revenue size of at least $500,000 within the past two out of three years and growth in revenue over a three year period, dating from fiscal year 2016 to 2018. This was the second year that The Execu|Search Group, which has offices in Bridgewater, Parsippany, and Upper Saddle River, has been named to this list.

“We are thrilled to be recognized,” says Larry Dolinko, President of The Execu|Search Group’s Temporary division. “Execu|Search has been working with job seekers and employers in New Jersey for over a decade. Our growth in this region has been a team effort from the start. We are incredibly proud of our team and couldn’t thank them enough for their hard work and dedication!”

NJBIZ and the program sponsors honored this year’s fifty fastest growing companies and announced their rankings during an awards ceremony on November 14th at The Palace at Somerset Park in Somerset, N.J. For more information about the NJBIZ 50 Fastest Growing Companies awards program, visit: https://njbiz.com/event/new-jerseys-fast-50/.

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