The Interim Management market in Bordeaux

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Presence of MOMEN in Bordeaux and the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region

MOMEN offers interim managers in Bordeaux and in the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region. Profiles can be based in Bordeaux, La Rochelle, Limoges, Pau or Bayonne, or come from other regions of France, as they are highly mobile.

We cover the whole of France, and thus select the available profiles from a much larger pool than if it were regional. Indeed, this allows us to guarantee you profiles that are highly adapted to your expectations. We will find you the perfect match!

We intervene on the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region on missions of short notice replacement or managerial emergency, of digital transformation or implementation of strategic projects or crisis management.

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Interim management in Bordeaux

We have noticed an increase in requests over the last few years for interim management in the Bordeaux region

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The New Aquitaine region ranks 3rd in France for requests for interim managers, after the Ile de France and the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes regions.

Very attractive for its quality of life, the region has for many years been experiencing a migration flow which has boosted the economy and strengthened the fabric of many sectors, both traditional (wood industry, food processing) and technological (aeronautics, space, optics, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, IT).

The use of interim management is particularly common among the many innovative SMIs/SMIs in the region.

In total, there are no less than 11 competitiveness clusters in New Aquitaine! With the Aerospace Valley cluster in particular, it reflects the region’s extreme strength in innovation.

Within the region, Bordeaux is of course a major player. The computer and telecommunications sectors are at the top of the list, followed by aeronautics and other high-tech industries. Then there are the chemical industry in Pau, the paper industry and electrical equipment in Limoges, and of course insurance in Niort and Poitiers. Finally, Bordeaux would not be Bordeaux without the wine industry, which is as dynamic as ever.

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