New Consultants Join TRANSEARCH in Czech Republic

Laurent Laval and Vladimir Polomsky have recently joined the TRANSEARCH office in Prague.

Laurent Laval is an executive search consultant with extensive international experience and has over the past 20 years grown business in multinationals, connecting headquarters and local entities. His focus is on Talent development, Cross-Country Coaching, Business Management and Marketing.

French born, Laurent started his professional career in France, then spent 3 years in Italy in the Fiat Group on various marketing and business development positions before moving to Brussels for 10 years working for Bobcat Doosan. As Business Unit Director and Training and Event Director, he covered a large area of Europe, Middle East, Africa and Russia. In 2016, he founded the International Association for Managers-Potential in Prague, where leaders from various nationalities, industries, and functions co-develop based on real-life situations.

Laurent holds an Engineer diploma from the Institut Superieur Agriculture Rhone-Alpes. He speaks fluent French, English, Italian and Spanish.

Vladimir Polomsky is a seasoned commercial leader with 25 years experience in different consumer businesses. He has led more than 15 brands in 3 different industries and held several managerial positions.

He is passionate about marketing and sales of innovative technologies, and he strongly believes in digitisation and building digital ecosystems that help business leaders to successfully design and drive new ideas and build winning teams for future. Vladimir is engaged in bringing together senior executives from different businesses around a common purpose and is eager to bring this experience and his insights on the search and recruitment process of large international corporations to TRANSEARCH.

Vladimir comes from Slovakia and he has been living in Prague since 1994. He holds a Master of Arts degree in English and Slovak Philology from the Faculty of Arts in Presov, Slovakia. He also spent one semester at the University of East Anglia, Norwich where he worked on his diploma thesis. He speaks fluent Czech, Slovak, English, and intermediate Polish and Russian.