Customers Continue to Benefit From CTG's Free Board and Advisory Council Placements
NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - Jun 23, 2015) - Competitive Telecoms Group, Inc. ('CTG'), one of the leading consulting and recruiting companies in the telecommunications space with more than 50 global carrier clients, announces the placement of two additional board members through its free Board Search service, which offers customers the opportunity to enhance the skills and talents of their board and advisory councils at no additional cost.
In addition, CTG continues to expand its contingency recruiting for positions of all levels within the telecommunications arena and provide a broad array of consultancy services that include management restructuring, operational enhancements, sales and marketing reviews and due diligence for merger and acquisition.
"The tremendous executive talent pool available in the telecoms industry, coupled with our far-reaching C-level relationships with global carriers and operators, enables CTG to help companies attract, identify and place proven industry executives that enable companies to achieve their goals and objectives more effectively," comments Jerry DeMartino, CEO of Competitive Telecoms Group, Former President of MCI International and Former CEO of GlobeNet.
"Building upon our earlier board placements at BroadSoft and vXchnge, we are happy to announce the placement of Laura Thomas, former CEO and CFO of XO Communications, to the board of TNCI, and Jay Sinder, former CFO at Focal Communications and CEO at CoreLink Data Centers, to the board of PCTEL. With several other board searches in progress, we are confident that we have found a unique approach to helping companies, and building our brand and reputation," adds DeMartino.
CTG is a specialized executive placement and advisory firm for the telecommunications industry. With an extensive proprietary database, experienced recruiters and proven executive leadership, the company's knowledge, speed and network remain unmatched.
To learn more about Competitive Telecoms Group, visit www.competitivetelecoms.com.
About Competitive Telecoms Group, Inc.
Competitive Telecoms Group (CTG) was founded in 1999 in New York by Jerry DeMartino, former President of MCI International, the multi-billion dollar subsidiary of MCI WorldCom. After more than 26 years as a senior executive holding senior positions in strategy, development, sales, marketing and international at MCI WorldCom, Mr. DeMartino saw the unique opportunity to create an organization of senior executives and affiliates with extensive, competitive telecommunications expertise to provide services to carriers throughout the world.