The Interim Management market in Strasbourg

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Presence of MOMEN in Strasbourg and in the Grand Est region

MOMEN offers interim managers in Strasbourg and in the Grand Est region. Profiles can be based in Strasbourg and the surrounding area, 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 in the Grand Est region on missions of short notice replacement or managerial emergency, of digital transformation or implementation of strategic projects orcrisis management.

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Interim management in Strasbourg

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

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The Grand Est region ranks 5th in France for interim manager requests.

Thanks to its openness to 4 countries (Germany, Switzerland, Luxembourg and Belgium) the Grand Est region is resolutely turned towards Europe. It promotes exports, foreign investment and a global economic dynamic.

The economic fabric is highly industrialised, with a wide variety of business sectors: chemicals and materials, machinery and equipment, metallurgy, health, agri-food, automotive, energy, etc. Interim management is particularly aimed at these sectors, most of which are undergoing major changes.

Four of the region’s six competitiveness clusters are in the industrial sector, which illustrates this vocation:

Within the region, Strasbourg diversifies the economy with a strong presence in insurance and IT with large ESNs. Just like Nancy, which stands out with its R&D centres and public laboratories (CNRS, INRA, Insern). Finally, Reims brings its touch with the great champagne houses, although the rest of the Grand Est region is not left behind in the wine sector.

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