Consulting & Executive Recruiting? Yes!
Yes, of course! We’ve found that often companies need both new people, and a fresh pair of eyes. This is especially true when it comes to startups. As consultants, we are involved with and must use the latest technologies. With 50 years in senior technology roles, our three consultant’s experience is constantly used both in consulting and headhunting.
Consultants make the best headhunters.
We’ve found that working in the field with companies keep our skills sharp, which makes us better headhunters. Having the skills that the executives we place must know, makes us better executive recruiters than those that once knew the latest techniques ten or twenty years ago, or learned them in a B-school class.
VP Software Consulting
Formerly VP/GM Software and Services Products at Intel, Raine is now VP of Software Consulting for companies needing to evolve their products, business or strategy. As he’s shown at Intel, Adobe and Aol, he’s skilled at creating strategies for business growth or exit, and turning vision into practical, executable plans. An expert at transforming businesses, he evolves strategy by targeting the business model, partners, adjacent markets, MnA, and product innovation.
With broad experience across mobile, Internet of Things, security, digital video, SaaS, VoIP, and e-commerce, Raine has proven time and again it’s about the strategy, team, and execution, and not just the technology. Raine has worked at large corporations where he learned traditional business methods but he’s also co-founded start-ups where he learned when to break those models. Raine has run P&L’s in excess of $100M with global teams of several hundred employees for both B2C and B2B.
VP Digital Marketing Consulting & Recruiting
Josh is VP of Digital Marketing Consulting & Recruiting at KF Cook & Company. Josh's deep business experience in successful turnarounds and startups as a CEO, CMO, COO, and Division GM, gives him a unique ability to quickly identify successful strategies and tactics that are achievable.
Josh's clients have included Intel, Intuit, The Body Shop, Key Bank, M. LaHart & Company... on both marketing strategy and execution, as well as new product development. He partnered with Jay Walker, (later founder of Priceline) to bring FedEx overnight shipping to the catalog industry. He also helped sell his company for over $100 million to Kevin O'Leary of Shark Tank fame (and subsequently worked under him).
Josh has held key C-level and division GM positions with Fortune 500 companies and with a number of tech startups reporting to officers and boards. Josh led his company to place on the Inc. 500 List of Fastest Growing Privately Held Companies three consecutive years.