Cornerstone International Group Opens Office in Miami
Cornerstone International Group, a global executive search and leadership development firm, has opened a new office in Miami. Cornerstone Miami will be led by managing director, Raul Coz and regional chairman, Diego Cubas. This office will serve as a hub joining the U.S. and Latin American markets, reinforcing Cornerstone’s presence in 12 countries in the Americas.
The new office offers services in executive search, outplacements, coaching, and assessments. “We are so happy to add our new office in Miami to serve the Americas,” said president Larry Shoemaker. “Raul Coz brings experience that will benefit clients throughout the regions.”
“Having worked with three top Dow Jones companies as well as several privately-owned firms, his solid business background will assist Cornerstone in its expansion in the U.S. and Latin American markets,” Cornerstone said.
Mr. Coz is an accomplished leader with a track record of driving superior performance in international commercial operations. He has over 20 years of experience across 25 countries leading marketing and business development platforms in Dow Jones companies like Procter & Gamble, Coca-Cola, Johnson & Johnson, and Stiefel Laboratories (now Glaxo SmithKline). His industry background incorporates telecommunications, pharmaceuticals, nutritional, and consumer packaged goods.
Mr. Cubas has 10 years of experience in management consulting services. He has managed several HR consulting projects such as: identification of HIPOs, executive and middle management search, talent acquisition projects, trainee programs, succession planning, coaching, outplacements, leadership assessments, and training development programs. Mr. Cubas works with entrepreneurs, HR professionals, sales and marketing executives, and middle managers that need to develop skills.
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