Cornell Partnership was first established in London in 2005 – today, we’re a leading search firm in the City with an exceptional track record.
We work with big corporates, start-ups and scale-ups, management and strategy consultancies and financial institutions (primarily hedge funds and private equity firms) to find bright, adaptable individuals from impressive academic and professional backgrounds.
Clients vary in size and scale, from established brands to more nascent entrepreneurial ventures. We place graduates and experienced professionals with up to 15 years of experience into commercial areas where they can make a significant impact, from strategy and operations to corporate development and strategic marketing.
With a focus on the corporate, consultancy, venture capital and private equity spaces, Cornell Partnership specialises in dealing with businesses where there is a high academic benchmark to entry.
You will find that we don’t take a ‘one size fits all’ approach to our network. We are lucky enough to work with a diverse and exciting range of businesses which means that we deal with a spectrum of roles.
Cornell talked through my values and experience, and I quickly felt they had a great understanding of what sort of role would suit me.
“I didn't know what I wanted, whether to stay in consulting, to stay in healthcare, to go back to defence, or to move out in to industry. Cornell talked through my values and experience, and I quickly felt they had a great understanding of what sort of role would suit me. As a result I have just accepted a role which I would never have heard of without him. Based on his help I have already recommended Cornell Partnership to friends and will definitely continue to do so. Thank you!”
“We have a very clear idea of the sorts of candidates we need – bright, engaging and committed to changing the way retail banking works in the UK. The Cornell team were quick to grasp our model and worked closely with us to secure the right candidates. They are committed to delivering the best people and it shows.”