From fertility to funeral care and nurseries to adult learning, for the past two decades the Carter Schwartz team has successfully partnered major providers, emerging corporates, not-for-profits and the investment community by addressing their people challenges at management and board level with focused talent attraction solutions.
The population is living longer and developing more complex and expensive health requirements. When combined with technological advancements and increasing regulatory burdens, the landscape is both growing and changing at a rate we haven’t seen before. In order to thrive in an increasingly competitive market, healthcare organisations need the best management teams.
We work with investors and operators across primary, secondary, tertiary, elective and dental healthcare sectors to identify and attract the highest-performing leaders.
Whether arising from illness, disability, old age or poverty, many of us will require support from the social care sector in our lifetimes. In order to deliver the best possible care in an appropriate setting, management teams have to battle with overburdening regulators and public funding cuts by developing innovative new strategies and partnerships.
With an ageing, increasingly wealthy population and industry pressure for better specialist-care funding, there is still significant opportunity in the market for talented leaders and investors.
Covering eHealth, medical devices, biotech and anywhere else that technology intersects healthcare. Our MedTech practice brings together years of experience working with newly funded start-ups, global corporates and large providers that are developing and implementing technology platforms.
We work with clients to identify and attract leaders that can balance clinical, technological and commercial knowledge whilst motivating and empowering their teams to achieve the impossible.
Drug approvals have hit a global high and show no sign of easing. Start-ups are enjoying a near-constant stream of funding and big pharma is doubling down on capital-intensive R&D, looking for the next innovation. The life science sector employs a vast range of skills – from research, scientific, engineering, quality and commercial.
We partner with life science businesses that look to ensure their future success by attracting the best talent in the market.