Start with hiring the right talent

We help you have your pick of the best

The globe is experiencing unprecedented work rules. Now is the time to adapt, hiring the right team to move into the “new normal”.

Take a proactive approach to find the talent you need

Company Offerings

  • Specialized searches
  • We’ll find and match talent for your open roles
  • Recruitment coordination
  • Stand out with a hands-on candidate experience
  • Training
  • Interviewing 101
  • Recruitment strategy
  • Technical and non-technical interview process development
  • Sourcing strategies + building a candidate database
  • University recruitment
  • Technology and tools selection
  • Market Research
  • Company branding
  • Employee referral program

Research Park

University of Illinois Research Park, Recruiter in Residence – Link

The RIR focuses on helping clients with best practices for sourcing, identifying, and successfully hiring full-time technical talent.

Consulting services can include the following:

Technical recruiting advice and strategy suggestions

Receiving templates for recruitment strategizing

Interview planning

Employment brand development

If you are a UIUC Research Park company, please request services here

Venture Capital

  • A shared talent network (proactively sourced) and a managed database 
  • Tracking of open positions across portfolio companies
  • Shared resources for portfolio companies
  • Recruiting and HR templates (job descriptions, benefits, referrals)
  • Recruiting and HR Technology recommendations with negotiated portfolio company discounts
  • Instructions for sourcing and finding talent
  • Compensation guidelines
  • Immigration + visa resources 
  • How to build a recruiting process
  • Interviewing 101
  • Selling your company and crafting a competitive advantage
  • Offer negotiations

Workshops + Speaking

Get your team on the same page to hire the talent you need

  • Lunch and learn
  • Group presentation
  • Hands-on workshop


  1. Compete with more than compensation
  2. Measuring recruiter capacity
  3. Bad interviewer or bad employee?
  4. Employee incentives (HBR)