David Treussard serves as managing partner in DHR's New York office, focused on the cosmetics and luxury goods, food and beverage, and consumer and retail sectors. Read more >
David Treussard serves as managing partner in DHR's New York office, focused on the cosmetics and luxury goods, food and beverage, and consumer and retail sectors.
David has extensive international search experience across industries, functions and geographies, having successfully completed a large number of searches in Consumer & Retail branded products, with an emphasis on cosmetics and luxury goods, apparel, FMCG, food and beverage, and e-commerce.
David has worked expansively across the C-suite, including President, General Manager, Finance, Marketing, Technology, Human Resources, Supply Chain, and Operations searches. He has successfully conducted searches throughout North America, LATAM, Europe, and APAC.
David has worked with companies ranging from start-ups to large multi-billion dollar organizations, whether they are privately-held, publicly-traded or PE-backed. He also has an extensive experience in the Private Equity space.
A dual citizen of the United States and France, David is very involved with his clients in their expansion and growth strategies domestically and internationally. He has established and runs DHR French Desk. David’s high-touch consulting approach position him as a strategic advisor and business partner to his clients.
David graduated with a Master’s degree from Sciences Po, and attended the Military Academy Saint-Cyr Coetquidan. David lives with his wife and three children in Manhattan. < Read less
SPECIALTY PRACTICE AREAS
LOCATIONNew York | North America
David Treussard: Related Material
February 2012 | White Papers
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