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Jenewein & Partners Becomes AMROP HEVER Slovakia

EXECUTIVE Search consulting company Jenewein & Partners changed its name to AMROP HEVER Slovakia - Global Executive Search in mid June.

"Our membership in the Amrop Hever Group, the geographically largest executive search group in the world, has turned Jenewein & Partners into a strategic global office in which international business deals are made and, thus, the original name no longer fits the international context," said Martin Novotný, a senior partner and co-founder of Jenewein & Partners.

The shareholders' meeting named Igor Šulík, until now a partner of Jenewein & Partners, the company's Managing Partner. Martin Krekáč, Martin Novotný and Radomír Mako sit on the board of directors.

The company will continue focussing on offering executive search, board advisory and management audit services along with their recently added diversified human capital solutions services.

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