Keith Mann is a successful entrepreneur with over 15 years’ experience in the marketing industry. His expertise in the hedge fund compensation, hiring and staffing ranks him top with a proven record of accomplishment as acting Managing Director for Dynamics Executive Search. In 2002, Keith Mann established the Alternative Investment Practice inside Dynamics Executive Search after the realization of the fast growth in the hedge fund industry. Keith Mann diversified the organization into a private unit in 2006. In 2009, Mr. Mann launched Dynamics Search Partners abbreviated as DSP, an organization committed to various investment organizations.
Keith Mann currently serves as the chief executive officer of Dynamics Search Partners. His core role involves the daily management of the organization. He helps customers with employing marketing, investment and internal strategies for their teams in addition to developing innovative platforms. Dynamics Search Partners collaborates with various agencies across the United States, Asia, and Europe while filling approximately 200 customer files annually.
According to Keith Mann in his interview with IDEAMENSCH on September 13, 2016, Dynamics Search Partners idea developed from a previous organization called Dynamics Associates. Since he had the idea of maintaining the original name of the firm, Mann settled on Dynamics Executive Partners. The initial idea for Dynamics Executive Partners originated from extensive research, experience, and specialization in the industry.
Growing up in New York City, with over 100 executives in most industries, Keith Mann was groomed for his current roles at Dynamic Executive Partners. There was the need for his services in New York hence the fast development of his career. For Keith Mann, a typical day begins with a meeting and traffic of emails. He remains focused on working hard and exercising before work. Fitness is a core component of Keith’s daily schedule.
Asked how Keith develops working ideas at work, he notes demands in the market and fills the gaps. His ideas root from the requirements of clients from the need to alter the structure to hiring more employees. As long as it crops from the needs of customers, it is an idea worth implementing. Keith invests on ideas that he is sure will better the current system in the industry.