Will Parkhouse serves as associate partner and is based in the firm’s Hong Kong office. Read more >
Will Parkhouse serves as associate partner and is based in the firm’s Hong Kong office.
Will is a senior recruitment professional and advisor focusing across the Asia Pacific, Europe, Middle East, and Africa regions for the Technology, Media & Telecommunications space. Will has worked within the Data Management markets for the whole of his professional career.
Prior to DHR International, Will served as a Principal Consultant with RP International. During this time, he delivered executive search and associated recruitment services to the Telecommunications, Data Management & Analytics sectors. His scope included the establishment and expansion of US based software vendors and the appointment of data analytics executives. Example assignments include the appointment of the Director of Digital Analytics to a leading US management consultancy, the Vice President of Asia to a fast growth ISV and the Head of Data Science and Infrastructure at a leading loyalty MNC.
Will started his career 17 years ago in software sales for a leading US OEM, and subsequently worked within the software space across Europe. Will took his market experience into executive search in 2003, and has since supported successful assignments across Asia and Europe, Middle East, and Africa predominately on behalf of US software vendors, leading management consultancies and enterprise MNCs.
Will has more than 13 years in executive search. He is a founding committee member of the Hong Kong Analytics Community and the Hong Kong Big Data group, and he is always keen to speak to individuals within the digital and analytical field. < Read less
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LOCATIONHong Kong | Asia Pacific
Will Parkhouse: Related Material
October 2016 | White Papers
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