Attention CXO - C-Level Executives: use our information to contact new and growing companies through their Venture Capital/PE investors.
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. Our databases and directories are designed to help you in that last task - to get your personal cover letter and resume to the Venture Capital/Private Equity firms that invest in your field. .
New firms create jobs. Research shows that between 1980 and 2005, virtually all net new jobs created in the U.S. were created by firms that were 5 years old or less. Senior executives use our Venture Capital/PE directories to reach new venture-backed companies that have the CXO positions they seek.
Use our directories to contact new and growing companies through their venture capital/PE investors. Our Directories of Venture Capital and Private Equity Firms are drawn from our database of more than 2,600 venture capital and private equity firms and 9,300+ key contacts. .
The directories list companies alphabetically by name with multiple offices of the same firm listed alphabetically by city.
This review is for: 2017 CXO: C-Level Executives Directory of Search Firms and Recruiters: Job Hunting? Get Your Resume in the Right Hands (Kindle Edition)
Useful by Clark Hansen on June 20, 2017
Format: Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
Great resource. Puts everything into a single place. Information can be utilized immediately and acted upon. Very practical reference tool.
Amazon Reviews: 5.0 out of 5 stars: Outstanding Reference for Job Seekers as well as Recruiters and Managers, November 20, 2013 – By Let's Compare Options "Amazon Rocks" (Worldwide)
This review is from: IT Managers eBook Directory of Search Firms and Recruiters (Job Hunting? Get Your Resume in the Right Hands) (Kindle Edition)
Custom Databanks has been selling headhunting (and many other) databases and lists since the 1980s. They are one of the most reputable data warehouses around.
Some of the web reviews that trash these directories as "just sales brochures for their lists" are not correct. They even state that CD removes contact info. These are both untrue! Don't believe me, just use the wonderful Amazon/publisher look inside feature– full profiles and contact data is given. Now there ARE many more lists on their DBMS, including city by city cuts, etc. and you likely will want to actually buy some of these lists in your niche with the discount code you get with this purchase. But that's certainly not necessary to get a lot of value from these pubs. This particular one focuses on jobs at 50K or better, but come on, that's base entry level for programmers with even basic skills! "Big Data" starting salaries are now North of 120K at a lot of firms.
If you're looking to change jobs or hire, obviously networking comes first, but this is a close second. I have nothing to do with this company, but have used them successfully to recruit in some VERY narrow niches like robotics and digital art programming. Their reps are really customer responsive, and mine even helped find an extremely specialized group of candidate recruiters in tutorial software. Highly recommended for candidates, IT managers and of course headhunters specializing in engineering and IT.
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Prior to founding Custom Databanks in 1982, Ms. Lockshin was Vice President, Business Development for the Muzak division of Westinghouse. She had operating responsibility for new products at Muzak and implemented Muzak’s entrance into the specialty music business, the company’s first new music product in fifty years. In addition, Ms. Lockshin spearheaded the use of personal computers at Muzak.
Formally, Ms. Lockshin was Director, Business Analysis at the Singer Company and Director, Financial Analysis at RCA Corporation. While at Singer and RCA, she constructed computer forecasting systems for over forty different products and services sold to consumers and business in the U.S. and abroad.
Earlier, as Associate Economist at Citibank, she developed a computer time-sharing package for statistical analysis, forecasting and graphics. This system was kept in use by Citibank for more than 20 years.
Ms. Lockshin is a member of the New York YWCA’s Academy of Women Leaders. She serves as Treasurer of the Henry Street Settlement and has served as Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Packer Collegiate Institute, a pre-K through 12 independent school. She has served on the boards of the Financial Women’s Association of New York, and the National Association of Business Economists She holds a BA in mathematics, with distinction, from Barnard College and an MS in mathematics from Carnegie-Mellon University.