Guidepoint establishes new West Coast hub in Metro Phoenix

Business News | 19 Jun |

Guidepoint, a leading global expert network, today announced plans to expand its West Coast operations with a new strategic office in the Greater Phoenix area. Beginning immediately, Guidepoint is hiring a number of full-time recruitment and client service staff to support its expanding customer base across the region. For those interested in applying, visit Guidepoint’s Careers Page.

“Increasing opportunities among top-tier consulting firms, investment funds, and multinational corporations up and down the West Coast have led us to seek new, more scalable ways to expand our business,” said Albert Sebag, CEO of Guidepoint. “Phoenix had everything we were looking for in a new hub — size, location, accessibility, quality candidates. We look forward to the competitive advantage the new office is sure to bring in supporting our clients.”


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Guidepoint is planning to hit the ground running in Arizona, with staffing expected to ramp up significantly in the latter half of the year. The team, led by Guidepoint veteran, John Stinson, is currently scouting locations for a permanent space.

‘’The incredible growth Guidepoint is experiencing is a direct result of the tremendously talented people who work here,” Stinson says. “We believe that the strength of the Greater-Phoenix university system and the area’s rapidly-evolving business environment will enable us to nurture the top-tier talent we’ll need in order to continue delivering the outstanding service we’re known for.’’

“We’re thrilled to welcome Guidepoint to the region. Greater Phoenix is the optimal location for any firm looking to scale as we have the requisite talent base, infrastructure, and a supportive community and business ecosystem that wants to help companies succeed,” said Chris Camacho, president & CEO of the Greater Phoenix Economic Council. “Guidepoint will provide quality job opportunities for residents, adding to Arizona’s position as number one in job growth nationally, and help bolster our robust service and business sector.”

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