Partners International announces David Saias as EVP, Managing Director

David Saias - WebsiteDavid Saias has been named EVP, Managing Director of Partners International.  Saias will work closely with CEO Amy Friedman to further expand the firm’s efforts including Client Delivery, Sales/Business Partnership Development, Practice Management and Operations. “David Saias is a proven leader whose strength will help Partners International continue to drive innovation that will help scale the business and lead us to new heights in customer satisfaction and operational excellence,” says Friedman.
Saias is highly regarded for his hands-on leadership and ability to build high performing sales and management teams. His special expertise is in marketing high value services and solutions across a wide range of industries and businesses, from Fortune 100 companies to venture backed startups.
Before joining Partners International, David was President, SayessSales Inc., providing consulting, business development and sales for early and mid-stage technology and human capital services companies including The NeuroLeadership Institute and Matchpoint Careers. Prior, he was Acting CEO, OneOnOneAds, Inc., leveraging a disruptive technology for creating online video advertising. Previous roles include Director US Sales at Hewlett-Packard, and General Manager appointments at and Garden State Commercial Services.
“I joined Partners International because of its rich 20-year history and commitment to provide high-touch client solutions and act as a catalyst for their growth and success,” says Saias. “I look forward to exploring new ways to deliver our Executive Coaching, Team Alignment and Outplacement Programs through mutually beneficial relationships with new and existing clients.”
David is a graduate of Manhattan College, where he earned a Bachelor of Science in Marketing. He resides in Stamford, CT with his family.

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