AchieveNEXT® Career and Corporate Services Launches

Philadelphia, PA – February 14, 2017 – A new career and corporate services consulting firm launches. AchieveNEXT® provides executive and professional services that help North American mid-market companies and organizations achieve career success and corporate excellence.

The foundation of AchieveNEXT® encompasses complete career services, from executive coaching and training, to search and recruitment, compensation consulting, and more.

Beyond career services, AchieveNEXT® experts and specialists focus on critical executive and board level advisory services including Board Governance, M&A Readiness, and Risk Monitoring. Each of these service groups offers multiple specialized service capabilities.

What differentiates AchieveNEXT® from other services firms, is that AchieveNEXT® operates executive and professional communities, including the 6,000+ member CFO Alliance peer network and online community, that can now access services, while also being a resource for talent and expertise.

“AchieveNEXT® provides a broad range of services that help executives and boards achieve corporate excellence,” states Nick Araco, Chairman and CEO of AchieveNEXT®, LLC. “We believe that the combination of a professional services ecosystem with access to professional communities will be a unique resource for both public and private organizations.”


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