BPI group launches Dallas office, delivering leadership development and outplacement solutions for locally-based clients

Dallas, September 23, 2013 - BPI group, a leading global management and HR consulting firm, today announced the opening of its Dallas office – located at 10000 N. Central Expressway, suite 400 – continuing the expansion of the organization’s North American operations. Led by Managing Director Alfonso Gonzales Montesinos, the office will provide clients with BPI group’s industry-leading leadership development, executive coaching, and outplacement services.

“With the technology, energy and industrial sectors booming locally, this is a time of remarkable growth for companies in Dallas,” said Juan-Luis Goujon, president and CEO of BPI group North America and director of the International Business Unit. “The breadth of our international expertise and comprehensive suite of HR solutions will empower clients to extend their global reach, achieve tremendous results for their organizations, and find the right talent to meet their evolving needs.”

As the office’s managing director, Gonzalez-Montesinos will leverage his more than 25 years of global HR consulting, leadership development, and organizational development experience to serve domestic and internationally-focused companies based in Texas, lead the office’s day-to-day operations, and drive business development strategies. Throughout his career, Gonzalez-Montesinos has played an integral role in creating employee engagement solutions, implementing onboarding programs, and spearheading leadership development initiatives for Fortune 500 companies on a domestic and global level.

“We assembled the Dallas team with the unique needs of the local business community in mind,” said Manuel Zaby, business development director and senior consultant in the BPI group Dallas office. “Guided by Alfonso’s deep international business expertise, we’re confident that BPI group’s Dallas team will be a strong partner to local companies and play a large role in helping them achieve their short and long-term business goals.”

 

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