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Finding Great Leaders for the Datacenter Industry

 

Global Search solutions

The internet controls almost every aspect of our lives. And the datacenter is the power station of the internet. Providing and maintaining the infrastructure for Cloud, IOT and AI. In today’s competitive and changing datacenter landscape we need leaders who can innovate, inspire and create environments where teams of self-motivated employees thrive and grow. Picking a winning executive team is more than hiring friends or ex-colleagues from within the datacenter industry. Intelligence, behaviour, values, motivation and persistence are paramount. As is the ability to assimilate the corporate culture. Experience is about what has been done and is an indicator of what the candidate is capable of doing. And although some of the best candidates can be found outside of the datacenter sector, they certainly need to understand the industry, the competition, and what it takes to be successful. The personal experience of our partners stretches from planning and designing datacenters, through construction, operations, infrastructure product management, DCIM development and facilities management.  As well as over 30 years combined experienced in talent search. Whilst other executive search firms exist we're confident that there is non better qualified to seek out executive talent on your behalf in this sector than Portman Partners, the Executive Search division of the Datacenter People Group – the #1 firm in global datacenter talent acquisition.

 

why portman?

  • Enhanced Talent Solutions
  • Delivering the executive you'll want to hire
  • Confidence in post-offer acceptance

 

 

 

Contact

➤ LOCATION

Portman Partners

25 Sackville Street,

London, W1S 3AX

☎ CONTACT

enquiries@portmanpartners.com


+44 (0)2039 118 418

 

Areas of Practice


Executive Search                                                           

Finding the ideal candidate to fill a vacancy on your executive board, in a senior team or for a specialist position requires the services of a consultancy with an intimate inside knowledge of the datacenter industry and the digital economy that it supports. Recruiting for C-Level executive and leadership positions requires a different approach to traditional recruiting. Discrete and confidential discussions on both sides.

Portman Partners call upon their experience and personal contacts built up over forty years of designing, building and operating datacenters and selling into the datacenter market.

 


Non-Executive directors, consulting and Advisory

Moving into new regions, countries and territories can be daunting and risky to new entrants. Launching new products and services requires a deep understanding of the market and competition. Mergers and acquisitions will require careful due diligence to be performed.

 Portman has a network of senior executives who can bring a wealth of experience to assist other organisations in periods of growth or change. An NED is a member of a company's board of directors who is not part of the executive team but is generally involved in policy making and planning. In addition,  an NED may be required by shareholders to represent their interests at board level. For clients, recruiting an NED can help take the business to new levels. 

 


interim executives                                                        

Unlike short-term consulting or longer term NED and advisory services, Interim Executive is the provision of very experienced and highly qualified  senior executives for full-time assignments for fixed terms, typically between six and twelve months, and at short notice, to provide cover during mergers and acquisitions, business transformations or crisis management.

Our intimate knowledge of the datacenter and associated landscapes can ensure that the right senior executive is rapidly found to effectively manage the tasks in hand.

 

 
 
The function of leadership is to produce more leaders, not more followers.
— Ralph Nader