GigX Becomes a Strategic Partner to ENP Forums
Following a successful launch in January 2019, GigX has joined Executive Next Practices (ENP) Forums as a Strategic Partner. With this exciting new relationship, GigX aims to illuminate the rising trend of hiring fractional CxOs to fill leadership positions.
GigX is the leading fractional CxO Network with an expansive database of experienced C-level and director-level professionals available for hire. The GigX Network provides a virtual handshake between executives looking for fractional work and the companies wanting to hire them. With businesses of all sizes seeking to fill vital leadership roles, GigX offers cost-effective and realistic staffing solutions. While the benefits for businesses are clear, fractional CxOs listed within the GigX Network are also benefiting from the work-life flexibility that fractional opportunities offer.
Benefits of Hiring a Fractional Executive
- Gain the in-demand skills and expertise your business needs to stay competitive
- Improve your company’s overall performance
- Save money—hiring a fractional CxO costs less than what you’d pay a full-time executive, but you get 100% of their knowledge and experience
“Earlier this year, I had the great pleasure of presenting the fractional CxO concept at ENP Forums,” says John Fox, Co-founder of GigX. “We are very excited to continue to bring this rising global trend to the forefront of the business world with this new Strategic Partnership.”
The ENP Forum is an established network of FORTUNE 5000 C-Level and key executive leaders (CEO, COO, CFO, CMO, CIO, HR) who meet to review “first look” innovations in business and leadership strategies. By developing Strategic Partnerships with emerging business concepts like GigX, the ENP Forum provides unique and valuable business insights for enterprise-level professionals.
“Our Forums look at next practices, that is, what will move you beyond the status quo, transform your industry, redefine your strategy, create breakthroughs and drive success,” says Scott Hamilton, President and CEO of Executive Next Practices Institute. “This year, we will examine the issues organizational leaders have identified as the most critical.”