PROFESSIONALS WITH INTEGRITY
Watanabe & Company applies an innovative and customized approach to deliver personalized, efficient, and professional recruiting services to our clients and candidates. Above all, we are committed to ensuring that your recruitment experience is built on trust, openness, and satisfaction.
Dear Prospective Clients:
At Watanabe & Company, we aim to be a true business partner who understands your talent needs and fulfills them to help your business achieve success through growth.
We believe that a successful recruitment experience should not just result in another job placement, but a meaningful one. By identifying the “meaningful talents,” we can help your vision for success evolve into a real potential for achieving your goals. Our dedication to understanding the needs of both clients and candidates ensures that we deliver the very best “talents.”
Thank you for considering Watanabe & Company as your trusted recruitment partner.
Dear Business Professionals,:
We consult with our candidates to assess their unique strengths and talents. We focus on understanding what you want to achieve now and in the future. Then, armed with this information, we set out to find the opportunity that will best fulfill your needs and aspirations.
Hello and welcome! Thank you for visiting our company website. I am pleased that our journey begins here. My mission is to change the world by amplifying the impact of executives, entrepreneurs, businesspeople, students, and everyone on this planet in what they do. I am here for you and I look forward to embarking on our unique journey with grace and truth.
Founder / Executive Consultant
Before founding Watanabe & Company, I worked in executive search at Korn/Ferry International. With over 18 years of experience in Corporate and In-house Recruitment, I began my career as a consultant at Accenture upon graduating from university. I also held a position at Citigroup Global Markets as an Equity Research Analyst.
I earned a BA in Social Sciences from Waseda University in Tokyo. Later, I completed two semesters in a Master’s Level Counseling and Guidance program at New York University, but took a long leave of absence.