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Bench International Announces Acquisition of Rocket Careers, Inc.
Date:7/18/2011

LOS ANGELES, July 18, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Bench International, a global, milestone-based, performance-driven executive recruiting and consulting firm serving the life sciences industry, today announced that it has acquired Rocket Careers, Inc., a boutique life sciences executive recruiting firm based in the San Francisco Bay Area. With the addition of Rocket Careers, Bench will be better positioned to fulfill clients' executive search needs in the Bay Area.

"We made the strategic decision to acquire Rocket Careers and bring Jenny Breselow aboard given the existing synergies of our firms and our shared philosophies of bringing transformative leaders to the life sciences sector," said Denise (DeeDee) DeMan, founder, chairman, and chief executive officer of Bench. "Jenny truly represents the next generation of Bench. We're thrilled to be adding her robust life sciences recruiting experience and expertise to our unified global team."

"Having admired Bench's team approach and commitment to high-quality, strategic and ethical searches, joining the firm seemed like a natural fit," said Jenny Breselow, founder and chief executive officer of Rocket Careers. "I'm looking forward to helping Bench grow its presence in the Bay Area, as well as contributing to global, retained searches."

Jenny will be part of Bench's executive team and will lead Bench's efforts in the San Francisco Bay Area, where she will be based.

About Bench International

Bench International specializes exclusively in providing senior talent to the global life sciences sector. Bench's multinational team of accomplished recruitment professionals, each equipped with long-standing in-depth life science industry experience, has successfully met client needs for executive leadership since the firm's founding in 1974. In addition to its Los Angeles headquarters facility, Bench maintains offices in New York, the United Kingdom and Switzerland. For more information, visit
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