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Egret Consulting Group has over 68 years of industry ties and relationships. We actively assist our clients in providing industry insights and solutions. We’ve referred consulting firms to our client companies, assisted in marketing companies for sale to our clients and helped steer researchers to informational sites or organizations.

We regularly search for information on the size of the industry as well sub-market niches; like wire/cable, LED or specifying consultant firms. As leaders in the industry, we value our ability to become a resource for electrical industry news to members of our community.

Tech’d Up – Trends in the Tech Industry

The tech industry is all aflutter about the rumored decline in their market. The fallout from this trend is that the layoffs within the industry have been largely targeted against the more senior techies; most of whom are all of 40 years old. The

Lack of Talent in the Electrical Industry, and Other Myths

What’s the Buzz? Egret Consulting Group’s monthly newsletter, The Buzz, is a compilation of electrical industry insight, interviewing advice, job openings and networking opportunities. To ensure you’re staying up to date with what’s

It’s a Numbers Game

by Ted Konnerth I returned from Strategies in Light last week after three days of conferences, technical presentations, booth meetings and client visits spinning with the usual overload of information. SiL is the largest conference dedicated to High

Thin Slicing

by Ted Konnerth It’s a fascinating process to help client companies find key talent. It starts with the ‘needs analysis’; which is roughly akin to designing Superman. We’re advised that a degree is required; with a minimum accum. MBA highly

References, Job-hoppers and Talent Shortage

by Ted Konnerth We’ve conducted roughly 70,000 interviews over the past 11+ years. We’ve successfully placed over 500 new employees and we’ve weathered two deep recessions, so we feel pretty good about our track record. Nationally, “WE”