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Executive Decisions Search Group is a premier retained Executive Search firm, committed to helping our clients find and recruit the best people in the shortest possible time. Our expertise lies in “finding difference makers” for our client partners in the retail, consumer products and manufacturing industries .

Our specialization, combined with years of real world industry experience, allows us to develop an intimate understanding of your business, your culture and values, and your human capital needs.

“Thanks to our client partners, Executive Decisions Search Group has been named a Top 20 Executive Search Firm in Middle Tennessee, 7 times by the Nashville Business Journal.”

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