Who is in your corner? The RED Team means action and results

InterimExecs RED Team is an elite group of top executives expert at growing and fixing company after company. If you are determined to ask the tough questions and go after your biggest and best opportunities, the RED Team can provide a fresh perspective, set strategy and most importantly, take action to get you there.

Give Us Your Toughest Challenge & We’ll Match You With an Executive or Team to Solve It

Business Expansion

You think big and aim to speed business growth, dominate new markets, establish systems, and scale to the next level.

Struggling Business

You are ready to act now to make improvements and reverse declining revenue, earnings, and other challenges.

Leadership Missing

Your COO, CFO, or CEO resigns or exits and strong leadership is needed to transition and help in the executive search

See how experienced interim executives from the RED Team are wired for challenge and big impact.

You are in the Right Place if...

You own, lead, invest in, or serve on the board
of an organization that has the potential to achieve much more
You are eager
to up your game and experience bigger results. You refuse to stand still.
You recognize the value of strong leadership
to make improvements, develop, and empower your team
You are collaborative
and seek to bring in complementary skillsets to produce superior results
You are not afraid
to ask the tough questions and go after new opportunities
You are not looking for a babysitter
or someone just to keep the seat warm
You are focused
on taking action now. Let your competitors remain stagnant.

Millions in Losses Reversed

“The investment in an interim has proved to be paid back and then some. The company has been profitable and the potential for new markets are close-at-hand.”
-Chris Caratan, Family-Owned Manufacturer
The InterimExecs team hit the center of the bull’s eye in finding just the right person for us. We’re now working with him on two other companies. I should probably have InterimExecs on my speed dial.”
-Joelle Marquis, Partner, Arsenal Capital Partner ($5.3B PE Fund)

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Why Go Interim?

What is interim management?

Interim management is the rapid deployment of top senior managers and executives - sometimes in a matter of days - to help organizations navigate crucial changes, leadership gaps, or operational upgrades. At some point, every organization faces a major transition or undergoes change and transformation to technology, finance, marketing, or operations. The interim executive - whether a CFO, COO, CMO, CIO - navigates and implements these changes, trains an internal candidate or helps recruit the permanent replacement to step into the role, or grows the company to point of exit.

When does a fractional executive make sense?

Fractional executives are leveraged by companies on an on-demand and part-time basis. For organizations that do not yet have resources for full-time executives or that do not need a fully dedicated executive in the role, a fractional executive is a great alternative, giving companies access to top senior executives for a fraction of the cost. Whether a part-time CFO or a fractional CIO, organizations still get hands-on leadership and can scale up or scale back time as needed.

How can interims work alongside the current management team on big projects?

As companies grow, launch new products, and venture into new markets, they often find that permanent management maxes out on bandwidth to carry out these big initiatives. Management teams can draw on specific expertise and capabilities with interim and project-based executives, who jump into a company temporarily until a project is brought to completion. Interim executives might work with the permanent management team on projects like:

- A project-based CIO to serve alongside the global CIO in completing a new technology implementation
- A COO to carry out process improvement or get a new manufacturing facility up and running as part of global expansion
- A project-based CFO to complete a merger or acquisition
Management teams can breathe easy knowing that on-demand expertise is available.

What is the length of interim executive assignments?

The length of an interim assignment is usually a few months to over a year, but it completely depends on the needs of the company. For example, an unexpected executive vacancy could mean an interim is on board 6-9 months while a permanent search is taking place. A private equity firm may want to grow a company to prepare it for sale, which could take 2 – 3 years. Or a corporation undergoing a technology transformation, may bring on an executive for the project duration.

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