Erika Weinstein brings over 16 years of Executive Search experience preceded by a successful entrepreneurial career in media, promotional marketing and unique service companies. In 1994, prior to becoming a Search Consultant utilizing her vast network and creative marketing expertise, Weinstein joined Time Inc.’s In-store marketing division, where she led the company in business development and integrated promotional marketing programs, delivering value to companies such as: Frito-Lay, Johnson & Johnson, Clairol and Bic Corporation.
In 1986, Weinstein was touted as a top producer for Intermark, a Saatchi & Saatchi Company specializing in the use of interactive computer displays at point of sale. Early in her career Weinstein, the consummate entrepreneur founded two companies: Corporate Concierge, a company producing corporate events and promotions with a unique emphasis on concierge services; and TECO Creations importers of ad specialty items from the Far East, servicing clients such as: Lancôme, Jan Stuart, Chanel and PepsiCo.
Since 1997, Weinstein has led and executed countless senior searches helping her clients in Emerging Technology, Digital/Social/Media, Marketing, Advertising, Market Research, Promotions, Consumer Packaged Goods and Luxury/Lifestyle companies grow with game changing talent.
Weinstein is passionate about building her clients’ business, “it’s not about a placement, it’s about finding the best candidate who fits your corporate culture”. This mind-set has earned Erika Weinstein a superb track record and reputation as a trusted counselor for clients and candidates alike. These relationships give E-Team Executive Search valuable insights into the job market and the specific needs of their clients.
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