ATLANTA, GA – May 8, 2019 – Heritage Partners International (HPI), a leading retained executive search firm, announced expansion to the Southeast U.S. with the opening of an office in Atlanta. Charles Grebenstein will head the new office located in the technology hub in Atlanta’s northern metro. Grebenstein is a cofounder of the firm.
The new Atlanta office extends the firm’s presence to six major U.S science and technology hubs including Boston, Philadelphia, Chicago, San Francisco and Portland, Oregon.
The office positions Heritage Partners’ retained executive search practice in a vibrant and rapidly growing Atlanta entrepreneurial community. In addition to the biotech vertical in Atlanta, the new office also serves the life sciences hub in North Carolina, the digital healthcare hub in Nashville, and the agtech sector in the Southeast U.S.
Formed 16 years ago, HPI focuses on C-suite assignments in high-growth life science environments. HPI’s core competence is finding and recruiting executives who understand the business/science interface and growing emerging businesses. Verticals include biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, medical devices, medical diagnostics, digital healthcare and agtech.
“Managing transformative growth has always been a serious leadership challenge,” said Grebenstein. “There is an art to bringing commercial competence to visionary ideas. The trick is to find leaders who understand the applications, who can develop the team, and who can meet the management challenges without compromising the creativity.”