Stanton Chase International 9th in Global Rankings

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<p><strong>Baltimore &mdash; Aug. 10</strong><br />Stanton Chase International, a global retained executive recruiting firm with 56 offices in 34 countries, has been ranked ninth in the world for 2007 by a major industry trade journal. </p><p>The annual ranking was conducted by the <em>Search-Consult </em>magazine and includes 50 executive search firms and networks worldwide. The results will be published in the trade journal&rsquo;s September issue.<br /><br />Although ranked ninth in the overall global rankings, Stanton Chase also continues to uphold its strong position on the North American charts as the fifth-largest firm. </p><p>The firm has North American offices in Miami, Atlanta, Nashville, Baltimore, New York, Dallas, Austin, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Calgary, Montreal and Toronto.<br /><br />In the constantly growing Asia-Pacific region, Stanton Chase stands at fourth, with 16 offices in seven countries: Australia, China, Hong Kong, India, Japan, New Zealand and South Korea.<br /><br />The firm also stands strong in South America, ranking fourth. </p><p>The region is experiencing a significant demand for highly qualified executives who are often being recruited from countries outside the region. </p><p>There are now 11 offices: Bogot&aacute;, Buenos Aires, Caracas, Curitiba, Lima, Medellin, Mexico City, Montevideo, Rio de Janeiro, Santiago de Chile and S&atilde;o Paulo.<br /><br />&ldquo;We are very proud and excited about the constant growth of Stanton Chase to better serve our clients, as well as the consistent top global rankings,&rdquo; said Steve Watson, Stanton Chase international chairman in the Dallas office. &ldquo;Our global coverage allows us to serve more people around the world, continuously improving the quality of Stanton Chase&rsquo;s services and bringing quality talent to our clients.&rdquo;&nbsp; </p>

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