- KAS PlacementCEO - Staffing Industry, presentAs the CEO of the executive search firm, I do much of the management and budgetary aspects of the job. Also, I do serve as the head recruiter at KAS Placement and interact with hiring clientele frequently. However, my main strength lay in my marketing ability.
- KAS Placement Recruiters (current)
- Entrepreneur's Journey (current)
- Ken Sundheim Recruiter Blog (current)
- Recruiting Website (current)
- Business2Community (current)
- BusinessInsider (current)
- Examiner (current)
- Personal Branding Blog (current)
- Ken Sundheim on Forbes (current)
- Brazen Careerist (current)
- Sales Recruiter Blog (current)
- Forbes (current)
On any given day, both KAS Placement and Ken will have exposure to over 4,000+ sales and marketing job seekers through a multitude of avenues. This exposure has continually increased as Ken and the executive headhunters at KAS Placement have received recognition from 5million job seekers via syndication.
At age 29, Ken Sundheim was the youngest Finalist to be the About.com Sales Career Guide, has appeared on MTV, Fox Business News as well as discussed a reality show on KAS Placement with Bravo television.
His expertise in the marketing and sales recruiting arena has led KAS Placement to gain unparalleled exposure including: CBS MoneyWatch, About.com, Monster.com, Chicago Tribune, AOL Jobs, MTV, Fox Business News, WSJ, FINS, Sales Careers, O Magazine, Interviewing.com, Recruiter.com and many others.
He has also been invited to lecture on the topic at universities such as Syracuse University, New York University, Pace University and many others. Moreover, Ken has been been published in: AOL, NYTimes, WSJ, About.com, Dallas Morning News, Houston Chronicle, Yahoo! Finance, Fuse TV, Business.com, Examiner.com, USA Today, Huffington Post, FINS Careers, Oped News, UpStart Business Journal and others.
Ken Sundheim's expertise lay in both marketing and sales. From Final Cut Pro to engaging with new clients, he continually uses his expertise in business development, social media, e-commerce, video marketing, article marketing, digital media, marketing and sales management to train the internal sales recruiters at KAS Placement and provide clients with top talent.
Ensuring an expertise in the area, Ken Sundheim also designed, wrote, programmed and did the graphics on the KAS Placement website.
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