Objective Paradigm Opens Office in New York City

BUSINESS WIRE – CHICAGO- Objective Paradigm, a premier technical recruiting and executive search firm serving technology, finance and consulting businesses, announced today the company will be opening an office in New York City.

Leading the new operation is New York native Marc Salvati, a successful technology-focused entrepreneur who has had a business relationship of 20+ years with Objective Paradigm’s managing partners, Kevin Krumm and Ryan Pollock. The New York team will be ready to serve clients August 15, and will be moving into their Midtown Manhattan office on September 1.

“I’m excited to join an organization that has achieved a reputation for delivering outstanding results and service to clients, an unmatched experience for the candidates they represent and provides a rewarding culture that fosters personal development for its employees,” said Salvati. “We’re excited to open in New York and deliver the same high-quality service we are known for in the Midwest.”

“We have a solid foundation of existing clients in NYC that we have served for many years, and with Marc’s leadership and depth of knowledge in the market, we will deliver an even better experience for our clients and candidates,” commented Krumm.

“We anticipate our dedicated recruiting services and competency in delivering Salesforce resources and services to be of particular value to the tech startup scene in NYC, and we’re excited to begin creating more raving fans out of our clients,” added Pollock.

To connect with the new NYC office, contact Marc Salvati at msalvati@oprecruiting.com. He is also active on LinkedIn and Twitter (@salvatz17).

To learn more about Objective Paradigm, please visit oprecruiting.com.

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