Salo Hires Matt Berra as Business Development Director
MINNEAPOLIS – March 10, 2017 – Salo LLC, the leader in driving business outcomes in finance, accounting and human resources, recently named Matt Berra as Business Development Director in its Chicago office. Berra will report to Managing Director, Adam Sprecher.
Berra will be responsible for developing new business in the Chicago area and pairing the best consultants with new and existing clients.
“Matt excels at connecting talented people with companies in need of their specific skills,” says Sprecher. “Matt’s combination of experience in the financial, recruiting and business development fields will help us grow our Chicago office and strengthen our place in the market.”
Prior to joining Salo, Berra was a recruiter for International Financial Group in Chicago. While there, Berra operated a full-cycle recruiting desk including new business development and candidate recruitment for permanent, temporary and executive-level positions in finance, accounting, audit, tax and treasury.
He also led multiple company operational changes and new initiatives including system upgrades, process standardization, and defining best practices across the organization.
“We’re all about connections at Salo and nobody understands the importance of relationships like Matt,” says Sprecher. “Matt grew up in the military and served in the Air Force. He knows how to quickly connect with people, discover their needs and determine the best solution.”
Berra received his Masters of Business Administration at the University of Tennessee after graduating from Maryville College. Berra also served four years in the United States Air Force as an Aircraft Maintenance Journeyman.
About Salo, LLC
Salo is a staffing and consulting firm that drives business outcomes in finance, accounting and human resources by strategically placing senior-level professionals on a project or interim basis, as well as finance and accounting search services. Our award-winning firm has offices in the Greater Chicago and Greater Minneapolis-St. Paul regions. Let’s get solving.