Our recruiting partners in Milan, Italy have a seasoned view of the talent market in this incredibly important European city. Catering to the fashion, fast moving consumer goods, and professional services sectors among others, our recruiters know how to source the talent you need.
ACCUR Partner Office in
Via Albricci, 7
Milan, 20122, Italy
+1 (866) 424-3996
Among the local industries we serve: Business & Professional Services, Consumer, Energy, Financial Services, Industrial, Pharma & Healthcare, Private Equity, Technology, Media & Telecommunications, Education, Nonprofit & Government,
Our Milano Recruitment Services
Retained Executive Search
A Bespoke Approach with Exhaustive Search and In-Depth Assessment
Great choice if you want a completely customized option, and have high level strategic positions to fill.
A Wide Selection Of Vetted Candidates Selected Using Our Time-Tested Process
A good choice for most executive search needs.
A Cost-Effective Way to Reach a Qualified Talent Pool Quickly and Efficiently
(Only available to long term clients and for specific job openings)
* This option is only available for long term clients and for very specific opportunities.
“Accurate, personalized & fast response is what comes to mind when I think of ACCUR Recruiting Services. Definitely a great firm to recommend!”
“As President of LVMH Watch & Jewelry Caribbean & Latin America, I used ACCUR Recruiting Services to recruit back and front office executives over more than 10 years. I was always very pleased with the array of candidates they proposed, always found a good candidate, and hired through them a good portion of my executive…
President LVMH LATAM & Caribbean
Milano Recruiting At A Glance
An important city since ancient times, Milan has established itself as an essential hub of commerce in modern times. The greater Milan area comprises some 8 million inhabitants, making it the most populous urban area in Italy and the 4th largest in the EU. Milan is well-know as one of four major fashion capitals, but the city also leads the pack in Europe in terms of design, education, entertainment, finance, healthcare, media, services, research and tourism.
The Key Playsyers in the area are:
TIM, Intesa Sanpaolo, Esselunga, La Rinascente, OVS, Etro, Luxottica, Pierlli
Milan is the home of Italy’s stock exchange (Borsa Italiana). It also is the headquarters of 27 of the world’s 100 largest companies, including the world’s largest eyewear company, Luxottica, and companies such as Telecom Italia Mobile (TIM), Banca Popolare di Milano, Vodafone Italy, Versace, Gucci, Alfa Romeo, Valentino, Armani, Missoni and Moschino.
Some of the local specialties we have experience in:
Fashion & Apparel, Food & Beverage, Banking, Hospital & Health Care
For Candidates In The Milano Area
JOB SEEKERS CAREER OPPORTUNITIES: For candidates who are looking for their next career opportunities in Milano, they can use ACCUR Recruiting Services as a great job search resource and one of the top employment agencies. ACCUR’s job openings are often confidential and not listed on any job boards.
We are committed to provide top career opportunities with some of the best employers on the market. If you wish to be considered for any of our Milano based job opportunities, please submit your resume and search for our latest jobs. We are not your usual staffing agency. We connect you with some of the industry leaders for great permanent positions.
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