I am delighted to announce that Stanton House is expanding its international offering with the launch of an office in Chicago next month, precisely nine years on from our launch in October 2010. Our initial team of four experienced Stanton House colleagues will be delivering Cyber Security recruitment solutions into the US market. Cyber Security is one of our fastest growing specialisms and our customer research tells us that Cyber talent is one of the most in-demand skill-sets across the US. We believe our practice can add significant value to our US customers and we are excited to get going. The new offering will build on our current offering of Professional Services and Technology Recruitment Solutions that we deliver from our four UK offices, Hong Kong and Singapore. We selected Chicago as our starting point for expansion into the US because the Mid-West way of doing business suits our customer-focused way of working beautifully. Many of our largest Global Clients are Headquartered in Chicago and it is quite simply a brilliant City to live and work. The Vice-President of our US business, Henry Yeomans, says; “I joined Stanton House six years ago and have had the pleasure of building two significant teams focused on the UK market. I am excited to be relocating my life to Chicago and leading an exceptional team of people to build our Cyber Security Practice. I have no doubt that our focus on building long-term relationships with customers, through sharing our deep expertise in Cyber Security, and operating with the highest ethical standards will take us on an exciting growth journey.” These are truly exciting times and we look forward to keeping you updated on the progress of our new Chicago offering.
19 Sep 2019
Take a look at what our consultants have been discussing in the last seven days: Did you know less than 10% of data breaches are physical hacking attempts? “Malware is thought to be the most dangerous threat to cyber security and as illustrated below, since 2013 it has continued to rise however over the last two years we have seen a drop in Malware data breaches and I’m curious to find out why.” - Tyler Smith Is the Private Equity Space doing enough to represent women? “Presenting a shortlist which represents all genders, ethnicities and abilities while ensuring each is highly competent and completely suitable for the job can be a challenge. You can’t sacrifice competencies in aid of diversity but you can’t neglect equalities either. While it’s often a challenge, it’s something I pride myself in being able to achieve and something that Deborah Zurkow of Alianz Global Investors said reinvested my faith that my clients appreciate the effort.” – Joanne Moses Is your workplace due a transformation in 2019?“With an emphasis on transforming workplace culture, improving diversity and retaining millennial talent – my network are busy planning their transformation projects for 2019 ensuring the New Year brings with it a new lease of life for their organisations. To help with this, I have been speaking to my network about reverse-mentoring and its ability to transform a workplace - How it can help you to improve racial, intergenerational, hierarchical and gender diversity; retain millennial talent, broaden your demographic, engage a new generation and up-skill an existing workforce.” – David Garstang
17 Dec 2018