Eunice Kim: Executive Search Consultant, Asia Pacific

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Eunice Kim

Eunice Kim serves as associate partner based in the firm's Seoul office. With over 13 years of executive search and consulting experience, she specializes in senior level search assignments within the Advanced Technology, Industrial, and Energy & Infrastructure Practice Groups for both global multinationals and local Korean conglomerates. Read more >

Eunice Kim serves as associate partner based in the firm's Seoul office. With over 13 years of executive search and consulting experience, she specializes in senior level search assignments within the Advanced Technology, Industrial, and Energy & Infrastructure Practice Groups for both global multinationals and local Korean conglomerates.

She has successfully led many searches for key corporate officers such as CEO, CFO, CTO and CMO. Also, she has shown excellent expertise in searches for professional leadership positions in the areas of legal, accounting, M&A, and strategic consultancies.

Prior to joining DHR International, Eunice was Senior Consultant & Director of a leading executive search firm in Korea with a major focus on C-level positions specializing within the IT & Telecommunication and Industrial sectors. Before that, she was Senior Consultant at a strategic partner firm of Spencer Stuart & Associates. Her key clients included leading Korean conglomerates and multinational players in her industry practice fields.

Eunice holds MA majoring in International & Public Policy with honors from the Graduate Institute of Peace Studies, KyungHee University and BA in German Education from Hankook University of Foreign Studies. She is fluent in both Korean and English. < Read less

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Seoul | Asia Pacific
November 2013 | White Papers

Corporate Korea's hot import: foreign professionals

When we witness the growing number of foreign professionals contributing to the Korean economy and seeking opportunities in Korea it is apparent that both Korean companies and foreign professionals need each other to succeed in these rough economic times. Both parties can learn from each other and prosper together. If foreign professionals and locals can work together in other countries, why are we still struggling in Korea? More >