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Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) July 03, 2013

As more business is increasingly conducted online, more personal and financial information is exchanged using the internet. Cyber attacks and hacking could potentially result in customer identity theft and, consequently, financial loss for a company, placing liability on the business. Cyber liability insurance has become increasingly attractive to companies seeking protection against financial losses from legal issues stemming from data breaches, IBISWorld industry analyst Andrew Krabeepetcharat says. Particularly, e-commerce and online auctions have increased demand for industry services during the five years to 2013, as these online retailers seem to fall victim to cyber security attacks most often.

However, in the five years to 2013, the Cyber Liability Insurance industry has benefited from all types of companies integrating online services into their business operations. During this time, industry revenue is expected to grow at an average annual rate of 11.8% to $ 1.5 billion because of the rising percentage of services conducted online. This skyrocketing growth in revenue includes an expected 17.8% jump in 2013, as a growing number of cyber attacks prompt businesses to take preventative measures. Businesses that manage customer data, such as credit card information, have been a particularly strong source of demand, Krabeepetcharat says.

Concentration in the Cyber Liability Insurance industry is low. Most insurance providers operate within metropolitan areas and provide services to a wide range of clients, which can include Fortune 500 corporations and start-up companies. Nonetheless, market share has decreased in the five years to 2013 because a number of companies entered the industry at a time when data breaches were becoming a large threat. As a result, larger companies have started looking to expand their footprint in more profitable areas where such threats are most prominent.

The Cyber Liability Insurance industry is expected to continue to grow during the five years to 2018. The percentage of services conducted online is projected to increase in the next five years, encouraging more businesses to purchase cyber liability insurance to prevent significant financial loss from potential cyber attacks. Growth in major markets such as healthcare, financial services and retail are expected to help push the industry forward during this period because of growing concerns regarding identity theft. Also, internet traffic volume is expected to grow quickly in the five years to 2018, prompting new online businesses to purchase cyber liability coverage. For more information, visit IBISWorlds Cyber Liability Insurance in the US industry report page.

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IBISWorld industry Report Key Topics

This industry underwrites (i.e. assumes risk and assigns premiums) cyber liability insurance, which is used to protect businesses’ and working professionals’ lost income or liabilities related to business interruptions, network security, internet liability, electronic communications, intangible assets and web-content liability.

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About IBISWorld Inc.

Recognized as the nations most trusted independent source of industry and market research, IBISWorld offers a comprehensive database of unique information and analysis on every US industry. With an extensive online portfolio, valued for its depth and scope, the company equips clients with the insight necessary to make better business decisions. Headquartered in Los Angeles, IBISWorld serves a range of business, professional service and government organizations through more than 10 locations worldwide. For more information, visit http://www.ibisworld.com or call 1-800-330-3772.







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Standard & Poor's U.S. Health Care Conference Will Highlight Major Industry Trends

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From the battle over the creation of a New Jersey health insurance exchange program under Obamacare to a wave of hospital mergers and takeovers, a health care revolution is underway in the Garden State. To talk about the changes, NJ Today Managing Editor Mike Schneider spoke with Elizabeth Ryan, president and CEO of the New Jersey Hospital Association. For more New Jersey news, visit NJ Today online at www.njtvonline.org

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Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) September 04, 2012

In the past five years, the Donations, Grants and Endowment industry has endured adverse conditions due to the economic downturn and volatility in the financial markets. In this report, revenue consists of contributions, grants, investment income and realized gains. Prior to 2008, contributions helped drive double-digit revenue growth as wealthy individuals looked into philanthropy, making significant donations to foundations and driving industry revenue. However, according to IBISWorld industry analyst Anna Son, Industry revenue was crippled as businesses and individuals curbed their giving as a result of the recession and credit crisis. Consequently, IBISWorld estimates that industry revenue will decline at an average annual rate of 4.7% to $ 80.9 billion over the five years to 2012. However, as the economy continues to recover, industry revenue is expected to rebound 3.7% in 2012.

Due to the poor financial market performance, foundations struggled to generate investment income, further hurting revenue during the recession. Additionally, grantmaking foundations’ ability to reinvest profit into their company, as profit margins plunged from about 8.2% in 2007 to 5.1% in 2012. However, after the two consecutive years of a double-digit decline, revenue for the Donations, Grants and Endowment industry surged by 18.7% in 2010. This recovery was a result of large companies beefing up their charitable giving, including Walmart, Goldman Sachs, Citigroup and others. Moreover, the commitment of many foundations to maintain their grant budgets or reducing the extent of reductions relative to their assets helped offset what would have been even great declines in foundation giving since 2009. Foundations also benefited from the relatively low level of competition that they face from other organizations. While the majority of industry operators are smaller organizations, even the largest foundations focus on giving to local causes, meaning that there is space in the market for most industry operators to coexist, says Son. For example, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation gives to charities in the Northwest region, while the Lilly Endowment is a major contributor to charities and causes in Indiana; however, neither entity competes with the other. Furthermore, the myriad of charitable causes, both domestically and internationally, ensures that market participants usually find their niche.

Industry revenue is forecast to increase steadily over the next five years. During this period, demand for industry services is expected to remain stable due to charities’ and individuals’ continued reliance on foundation giving; healthcare and education will continue to benefit from the largest shares of foundation grant dollars. In 2013, foundation giving is expected to remain consistent, posting only modest growth. While many foundations will likely be able to keep their giving steady over the next year, some are expected to have to make further cuts in order to preserve profit margins. However, as businesses return to profitability and individuals’ wealth improves, they are likely to raise their charitable giving, thus boosting industry revenue. Furthermore, corporations and other for-profit groups will continue to open trusts and foundations as a way to promote a positive image of their organizations. For more information, visit IBISWorlds Donations, Grants & Endowment in the US industry report page.

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IBISWorld industry Report Key Topics

This industry comprises organizations known as grantmaking foundations or charitable trusts. Establishments award grants from trust funds based on a competitive selection process or by the preferences of the foundation managers and grantors. Industry operators may also fund a single entity, such as a museum or university. Due to the unique structure of this industry, revenue is calculated by adding contributions, grants, investment income and realized gains.

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About IBISWorld Inc.

Recognized as the nations most trusted independent source of industry and market research, IBISWorld offers a comprehensive database of unique information and analysis on every US industry. With an extensive online portfolio, valued for its depth and scope, the company equips clients with the insight necessary to make better business decisions. Headquartered in Los Angeles, IBISWorld serves a range of business, professional service and government organizations through more than 10 locations worldwide. For more information, visit http://www.ibisworld.com or call 1-800-330-3772.







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London (PRWEB) August 30, 2012

More than 200 senior level offshore wind industry executives already comprised of 14 offshore developers and over 50 installation specialists have begun to engage with one another in preparation for their arrival at Hamburgs Intercontinental Hotel for the 4th Annual Offshore Wind Construction, Installation and Commissioning Conference (November 20-22, 2012).

Delegates are geared up to gain exclusive insight into how to eliminate their far shore wind construction uncertainty with advanced installation solutions for cost & time efficient deep water project delivery. Topics to be covered include the offshore grid expansion & connections, advanced deep water foundation structures, risk free cable installation methodologies, implementation of a coordinated logistics strategy, contract management, risk reduction & insurance and health & safety requirements.

For many offshore developers, it is the realisation that the installation of offshore wind farms in hostile, far shore, deep water environments can be a costly, technically challenging and potentially hazardous experience for both the company and its workforce that causes most worry. If costs are to remain within budget then careful planning, pre-construction preparation, supplier and contractor selection is essential. In response to this continent wide industry issue, manufacturers and other installation specialists have started to develop and construct extremely valuable technologies that could help significantly reduce the risk of project delays. The question on the end of everyones tongue is what is available, what works, and where to find it.

Wind Energy Update is proud to be the primary source of exclusive, industry demanded information surrounding offshore wind developments says Jon Harman, the Head of Offshore Business from Wind Energy Update. As an organization, we understand how to drive both a companys growth and profits, and we will strive to provide the audience with the targeted material and individuals that they need to achieve them.

E.ON Climate & Renewables, Vattenfall Europe, RWE, BARD, Mainstream Renewable Power, C-Power, Dong Energy, EDF Energy, EDP Renewables, TenneT, and 50 Hertz are just a few of the European wind industry companies who will meet this November in Hamburg to discuss, debate and appraise the latest offshore strategies to ensure timely project delivery.

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New York, US (PRWEB) July 19, 2012

The primary reason for translating packaging for medical devices and diagnostics to be sold overseas is to ensure that the products can be used safely and as intended. Many medical devices and diagnostics businesses are now embarking upon translation projects to take advantage of the huge demand in regions such as Asia, South America and Africa.

Datamonitor predicts that by 2015, the global healthcare equipment and supplies market will be worth $ 370.7 billion, which is up 13.4 percent from the industrys value in 2010. Although the US still accounts for 45 percent of this market, there are several growing markets in emerging economies such as the BRIC nations and Africa. Therefore, it makes economic sense for healthcare and medical device firms to carefully translate the packaging and documentation of their products to a range of languages whether it is Portuguese, French, Cantonese or Hindi.

Proper translation is a vital part of the process of bringing medical products into foreign markets. Whether it is a consumer buying a device such as a hearing aid, a nurse administering an infusion pump or a surgeon implanting a stent, they preferably need to be able to read the packaging and directions in their own language. Medical device firms cannot afford mistakes in terminology in the translation process and the same can be said for medical diagnostics companies. Accurate translation is essential and cannot be compromised.

Medical device firms entering new markets do find that they are faced with growing regulatory pressures and this is where working with a qualified language services provider can help. The US Food and Drug Administration is keen to stress the importance of accurate and high-quality translation of medical device packaging. It states that medical device firms should work on, establishing and maintaining design transfer procedures that insure that the package design is correctly translated into production specifications.

It also asserts that manufacturers of other Class I devices should establish and maintain procedures for ensuring that their device design is correctly translated into production specifications.

In light of the regulatory demands and the pressure to constantly accelerate time-to-market for medical devices and diagnostics products, working with a language services provider with expertise in the medical device field can help. Translating medical device and diagnostics packaging is a high-risk activity that requires a huge level of expertise and experience to ensure best practice is observed. With short product-development cycles and increasing time pressures, medical technologies manufacturers cant risk putting speed above quality. Inaccurate and faulty translation could lead to expensive product recalls or liability cases.

Working with a qualified language service provider that holds internationally recognized quality standards, including ISO 13485:2003 and 14971:2007 certifications, is an effective way to reduce exposure when embarking upon a medical device, diagnostics and related services translation project. Merrill Brinks medical devices and diagnostics translation services offer a world-class, end-to-end solution that ensures medical device firms can get their products to new markets accurately and within budget.

Merrill Brinks translation professionals are subject matter experts with experience in translating medical device and diagnostics packaging. They have linguists with expertise in diverse subjects such as vision care, orthopaedics, neurology, urology, vascular surgery and cardiology – equipping them with the background knowledge necessary to produce accurate translations of even the most complex and technical medical terminology.

About Merrill Brink International

Merrill Brink International (http://www.merrillbrink.com) is a leading provider of complete translation and language solutions for global companies and law firms, with special expertise in serving the legal, financial, life sciences, software, heavy machinery and corporate markets. A proven leader with more than 30 years of experience, Merrill Brink offers a wide range of language solutions including translation, localisation, desktop publishing and globalisation services.

Merrill Brink is recognised in the industry for its commitment to quality and its pioneering approach of leveraging technology to reduce costs, eliminate redundant processes and accelerate translation life cycles. Merrill Brink is certified to ISO 9001:2008; ISO 27001:2005 and ISO 13485:2003, and registered to EN 15038:2006 and ISO 14971:2007. Together, these standards provide assurance that the most stringent process and quality standards for translation are followed. Merrill Brink International is a wholly owned subsidiary of Merrill Corporation.

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Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) April 15, 2012

The Medical Device Manufacturing industry has enjoyed strong revenue growth recently and is forecast to continue expanding in the years ahead. Since 2007, revenue increased at an average annual rate of 12.8%, and sales are expected to grow 7.4% in 2012 alone, to $ 64.7 billion. The US economic downturn did little to deter hospitals and other customers from purchasing medical devices, according to IBISWorld industry analyst Nima Samadi. In fact, more industry companies gained sales in 2008 and 2009 than lost them. The aging US population is a major factor driving demand, as the occurrence of health issues that require medical devices is higher in the elderly population. This demographic is forecast to expand further as a percentage of the total population during the five years to 2017, which will help maintain industry growth.

But revenue in the Medical Device Manufacturing industry will not grow as quickly over the five years to 2017. The changing regulatory environment will be the main hindrance, Samadi said. For example, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010 will place an excise tax on medical devices, eating into revenue and reducing profit. Also, potential reform to the approval process for new devices will likely hamper innovation and encourage more companies to shift functions overseas.

Foreign outsourcing of manufacturing, research and development and other operations, combined with industry consolidation, is forecast to decrease the number of industry operators during the next five years. This industry has traditionally had a low level of industry concentration, with no one firm dominating. Small operators are common in this type of industry, and typically specialize in developing technology and products for a niche area. Larger players frequently seek to acquire these firms to expand their product range or gain access to a particular technology. But during the five years to 2012, consolidation has swept the industry, with the number of companies decreasing at an average annual rate of 5.5% to total 828. Meanwhile, emerging markets like China and Brazil will attract medical device manufacturers, as US customers face more stringent Medicare reimbursement requirements and other cost-cutting pressures. For more information, visit IBISWorlds Medical Device Manufacturing report in the US industry page.

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IBISWorld industry Report Key Topics

This industry includes manufacturers of electromedical and electrotherapeutic apparatus, such as magnetic resonance imaging equipment, medical ultrasound equipment, pacemakers, hearing aids, electrocardiographs and electromedical endoscopic equipment. The industry also manufactures irradiation apparatus and tubes for applications such as medical diagnostic, medical therapeutic, industrial, research and scientific evaluation.

Industry Performance

Executive Summary

Key External Drivers

Current Performance

Industry Outlook

Industry Life Cycle

Products & Markets

Supply Chain

Products & Services

Major Markets

Globalization & Trade

Business Locations

Competitive Landscape

Market Share Concentration

Key Success Factors

Cost Structure Benchmarks

Barriers to Entry

Major Companies

Operating Conditions

Capital Intensity

Key Statistics

Industry Data

Annual Change

Key Ratios

About IBISWorld Inc.

Recognized as the nations most trusted independent source of industry and market research, IBISWorld offers a comprehensive database of unique information and analysis on every US industry. With an extensive online portfolio, valued for its depth and scope, the company equips clients with the insight necessary to make better business decisions. Headquartered in Los Angeles, IBISWorld serves a range of business, professional service and government organizations through more than 10 locations worldwide. For more information, visit http://www.ibisworld.com or call 1-800-330-3772.





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Healthcare Industry eBook Directory of Search Firms and Recruiters (Job Hunting? Get Your Resume in the Right Hands)

The Healthcare Industry eBook Directory of Executive Search Firms and Recruiters is drawn from our database of more than 15,500 search firms and personnel agencies. We chose US and Canadian recruiters who specialize in the healthcare industry paying more than k per year plus major search firms who work with all industry and position specialties.

Each entry in our directory of Search Firms and Recruiters include the following information:
* Key Contacts with email addresses (if available)
* Company name, street address, telephone/fax, email, WWW, if available
* Description from the company’s web site or other publically available sources

Job hunters need to do many things to get a job – - call all their friends and relatives, answer ads, and send out hundreds, even thousands of letters and resumes in a targeted direct email, direct fax or direct snail mail campaign.

Executive search firms work to fill management positions at top companies across the U.S. and abroad. It is estimated that almost two-thirds of executive positions are filled by executive search firms. Personnel agencies work to fill professional, technical, and administrative personnel at companies. The search firms and agencies in our database are hired and paid by companies that need new employees.

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Custom Databanks, Inc. has been publishing databases for use on personal computers since 1987. Custom Databanks was the first company to offer recruiter data ready for use on PC diskettes. Our Executive Search System™, available since 1987, contains the names and addresses of more than 15,000 top US and Canadian search firms. In addition, we publish the Venture Search System™ with data on 2,500+ top US and Canadian venture, private equity and investment firms.

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Our data are widely used by job hunters and career professionals, in addition to many internet sites and resume writers, most of the major professional outplacement companies (Drake Beam, Right Associates, Lee Hecht Harrison, Goodrich & Sherwood . . .) and University career offices (Harvard, Stamford, Columbia . . .) use Custom Databanks’ data through CareerSearch.net.

Custom Databanks’ data are available for download by the record on the internet, on CD with built-in Windows software, and through resume writers, career coaches and data suppliers. The databases are updated on a continuous basis, the web sites are updated daily, and the CDs and eBook Directories are updated every other month. The information Custom Databanks, Inc. provides is the most up-to-date and accurate available anywhere. See www.CustomDatabanks.com for more information.

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The Healthcare Industry eBook Directory of Executive Search Firms and Recruiters is drawn from our database of more than 15,500 search firms and personnel agencies. We chose US and Canadian recruiters who specialize in the healthcare industry paying more than k per year plus major search firms who work with all industry and position specialties.

Each entry in our directory of Search Firms and Recruiters include the following information:
* Key Contacts with email addresses (if available)
* Company name, street address, telephone/fax, email, WWW, if available
* Description from the company’s web site or other publically available sources

Job hunters need to do many things to get a job – - call all their friends and relatives, answer ads, and send out hundreds, even thousands of letters and resumes in a targeted direct email, direct fax or direct snail mail campaign.

Executive search firms work to fill management positions at top companies across the U.S. and abroad. It is estimated that almost two-thirds of executive positions are filled by executive search firms. Personnel agencies work to fill professional, technical, and administrative personnel at companies. The search firms and agencies in our database are hired and paid by companies that need new employees.

Our eBook Directories are designed to help you find the executive search firms that specialize in your field. Our data are updated on a continuous basis and the information Custom Databanks, Inc. provides is the most up-to-date and accurate available anywhere.

Custom Databanks, Inc. has been publishing databases for use on personal computers since 1987. Custom Databanks was the first company to offer recruiter data ready for use on PC diskettes. Our Executive Search System™, available since 1987, contains the names and addresses of more than 15,000 top US and Canadian search firms. In addition, we publish the Venture Search System™ with data on 2,500+ top US and Canadian venture, private equity and investment firms.

Our newest product is this series of eBook Directories of Executive Search Firms and Recruiters selected from our Executive Search System™ database. Look for these eBook Directories on major book seller web sites. Download a free sample to your Kindle or Nook App to see the information you can use in your job hunt.

Our data are widely used by job hunters and career professionals, in addition to many internet sites and resume writers, most of the major professional outplacement companies (Drake Beam, Right Associates, Lee Hecht Harrison, Goodrich & Sherwood . . .) and University career offices (Harvard, Stamford, Columbia . . .) use Custom Databanks’ data through CareerSearch.net.

Custom Databanks’ data are available for download by the record on the internet, on CD with built-in Windows software, and through resume writers, career coaches and data suppliers. The databases are updated on a continuous basis, the web sites are updated daily, and the CDs and eBook Directories are updated every other month. The information Custom Databanks, Inc. provides is the most up-to-date and accurate available anywhere. See www.CustomDatabanks.com for more information.

This eBook Directory contains a 50% discount offer on our Recruiter Data Files. Buy an eBook for .99 and save on any of our Data Files which normally cost .97 each. In effect we will pay you to buy one of our eBook Directories!

See Chapter 5 of this eBook Directory for the special link that allows you to buy our Data Files for only .97 each – a 50% discount. Our eBook Directories contain descriptive information about each Search Firm and Recruiter as well as contact information. Our Data Files contain the full contact information in an easy to use form so you can contact each recruiter listed in the eBook Directory.

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Healthcare Industry eBook Directory of Search Firms and Recruiters (Job Hunting? Get Your Resume in the Right Hands)

The Healthcare Industry eBook Directory of Executive Search Firms and Recruiters is drawn from our database of more than 15,500 search firms and personnel agencies. We chose US and Canadian recruiters who specialize in the healthcare industry paying more than k per year plus major search firms who work with all industry and position specialties.

Each entry in our directory of Search Firms and Recruiters include the following information:
* Key Contacts with email addresses (if available)
* Company name, street address, telephone/fax, email, WWW, if available
* Description from the company’s web site or other publically available sources

Job hunters need to do many things to get a job – - call all their friends and relatives, answer ads, and send out hundreds, even thousands of letters and resumes in a targeted direct email, direct fax or direct snail mail campaign.

Executive search firms work to fill management positions at top companies across the U.S. and abroad. It is estimated that almost two-thirds of executive positions are filled by executive search firms. Personnel agencies work to fill professional, technical, and administrative personnel at companies. The search firms and agencies in our database are hired and paid by companies that need new employees.

Our eBook Directories are designed to help you find the executive search firms that specialize in your field. Our data are updated on a continuous basis and the information Custom Databanks, Inc. provides is the most up-to-date and accurate available anywhere.

Custom Databanks, Inc. has been publishing databases for use on personal computers since 1987. Custom Databanks was the first company to offer recruiter data ready for use on PC diskettes. Our Executive Search System™, available since 1987, contains the names and addresses of more than 15,000 top US and Canadian search firms. In addition, we publish the Venture Search System™ with data on 2,500+ top US and Canadian venture, private equity and investment firms.

Our newest product is this series of eBook Directories of Executive Search Firms and Recruiters selected from our Executive Search System™ database. Look for these eBook Directories on major book seller web sites. Download a free sample to your Kindle or Nook App to see the information you can use in your job hunt.

Our data are widely used by job hunters and career professionals, in addition to many internet sites and resume writers, most of the major professional outplacement companies (Drake Beam, Right Associates, Lee Hecht Harrison, Goodrich & Sherwood . . .) and University career offices (Harvard, Stamford, Columbia . . .) use Custom Databanks’ data through CareerSearch.net.

Custom Databanks’ data are available for download by the record on the internet, on CD with built-in Windows software, and through resume writers, career coaches and data suppliers. The databases are updated on a continuous basis, the web sites are updated daily, and the CDs and eBook Directories are updated every other month. The information Custom Databanks, Inc. provides is the most up-to-date and accurate available anywhere. See www.CustomDatabanks.com for more information.

This eBook Directory contains a 50% discount offer on our Recruiter Data Files. Buy an eBook for .99 and save on any of our Data Files which normally cost .97 each. In effect we will pay you to buy one of our eBook Directories!

See Chapter 5 of this eBook Directory for the special link that allows you to buy our Data Files for only .97 each – a 50% discount. Our eBook Directories contain descriptive information about each Search Firm and Recruiter as well as contact information. Our Data Files contain the full contact information in an easy to use form so you can contact each recruiter listed in the eBook Directory.
The Healthcare Industry eBook Directory of Executive Search Firms and Recruiters is drawn from our database of more than 15,500 search firms and personnel agencies. We chose US and Canadian recruiters who specialize in the healthcare industry paying more than k per year plus major search firms who work with all industry and position specialties.

Each entry in our directory of Search Firms and Recruiters include the following information:
* Key Contacts with email addresses (if available)
* Company name, street address, telephone/fax, email, WWW, if available
* Description from the company’s web site or other publically available sources

Job hunters need to do many things to get a job – - call all their friends and relatives, answer ads, and send out hundreds, even thousands of letters and resumes in a targeted direct email, direct fax or direct snail mail campaign.

Executive search firms work to fill management positions at top companies across the U.S. and abroad. It is estimated that almost two-thirds of executive positions are filled by executive search firms. Personnel agencies work to fill professional, technical, and administrative personnel at companies. The search firms and agencies in our database are hired and paid by companies that need new employees.

Our eBook Directories are designed to help you find the executive search firms that specialize in your field. Our data are updated on a continuous basis and the information Custom Databanks, Inc. provides is the most up-to-date and accurate available anywhere.

Custom Databanks, Inc. has been publishing databases for use on personal computers since 1987. Custom Databanks was the first company to offer recruiter data ready for use on PC diskettes. Our Executive Search System™, available since 1987, contains the names and addresses of more than 15,000 top US and Canadian search firms. In addition, we publish the Venture Search System™ with data on 2,500+ top US and Canadian venture, private equity and investment firms.

Our newest product is this series of eBook Directories of Executive Search Firms and Recruiters selected from our Executive Search System™ database. Look for these eBook Directories on major book seller web sites. Download a free sample to your Kindle or Nook App to see the information you can use in your job hunt.

Our data are widely used by job hunters and career professionals, in addition to many internet sites and resume writers, most of the major professional outplacement companies (Drake Beam, Right Associates, Lee Hecht Harrison, Goodrich & Sherwood . . .) and University career offices (Harvard, Stamford, Columbia . . .) use Custom Databanks’ data through CareerSearch.net.

Custom Databanks’ data are available for download by the record on the internet, on CD with built-in Windows software, and through resume writers, career coaches and data suppliers. The databases are updated on a continuous basis, the web sites are updated daily, and the CDs and eBook Directories are updated every other month. The information Custom Databanks, Inc. provides is the most up-to-date and accurate available anywhere. See www.CustomDatabanks.com for more information.

This eBook Directory contains a 50% discount offer on our Recruiter Data Files. Buy an eBook for .99 and save on any of our Data Files which normally cost .97 each. In effect we will pay you to buy one of our eBook Directories!

See Chapter 5 of this eBook Directory for the special link that allows you to buy our Data Files for only .97 each – a 50% discount. Our eBook Directories contain descriptive information about each Search Firm and Recruiter as well as contact information. Our Data Files contain the full contact information in an easy to use form so you can contact each recruiter listed in the eBook Directory.

List Price: $ 9.99

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