IMSA International Executive Search carries out assignments across many global industries - these are just some of the market sectors:
There are surely few industries that can claim to have become global before Aerospace! The Aerospace and Aviation industry makes a massive contribution to enabling leisure, travel and trade to be possible worldwide. It also plays a key role in providing the means for protection and security of those freedoms we can so easily take for granted.
By contrast with the economy as a whole, the life sciences industry is still recording marked productivity growth even in the current recession, making it a crucial linchpin of the economy. However, like other sectors this industry has undergone radical changes over the last few years and has major challenges to overcome, both today and in the future.
Technology is an intricate aspect of our day-to-day activities, and has become one of the primary means that people use to improve their lives and lifestyles. We are surrounded by technological innovations that have become virtually irreplaceable.
Generating demand and fulfilling the customer's requests is the focus of commercial retail enterprises. Although it sounds easy this implies complex activities. Whenever a company starts a promotion campaign in retail, retrieval and supply of the product has to be guaranteed.
When it comes to putting the latest scientific and research findings to cost-efficient use in highly complex products produced in large volumes while maintaining very high quality levels, the automotive industry has always been a step ahead.
The petroleum industry is one of the world's most important industries in every sense: economically, technically, environmentally and politically. It includes the processes of exploration, extraction, refining, transportation and marketing of petroleum products. Petroleum is vital to many industries and is of critical concern for most nations.
There are clear signs for some optimism in the FMCG (Fast Moving Consumer Goods) market, given the current economic crisis. Although the worst is over, households still cut back some spending. In addition, the consumer's behaviour is dramatically changing, to consume in a much more selective way.
Since the late 1990s, global manufacturing activity began moving to low cost manufacturing areas in Asia, especially China. This included branded and contract manufacturing in electronics, plastics, machinery, consumer products, automotive pharmaceutical products and many more.
The Banking industry has long been dominated by local banks in China. The market opened up slowly in the 1990s. Initially China's retail & corporate banking was introduced with limited banking products, servicing mainly overseas corporations, to now serving a more diversified local businesses in China.
The construction industry has a cyclical economy, with its performance being strictly related to local economies and to public policies, both influencing and being influenced by them concurrently. In addition, projects can result in the movement of large populations of workers to emerging countries.