hat improve the potential of emerging leaders and their teams. The company’s assessment and development solutions help companies manage human capital investments. These offerings include cognitive ability assessments, skills and/or knowledge assessments, personality questionnaires, and job/role simulations; and are generally implemented as pre-hire or post-hire applications. The company’s proprietary workshops and technical training provide an executive education curriculum supported by e-learning resources for members seeking to improve skill development for their staff. These tools and services use science and data to develop talent strategies for clients that are linked to business results. Customers The company serves executives and professionals in corporate functions at approximately 10,000 large corporate and middle market institutions operating in approximately 110 countries. The company considers various corporate functions to be its primary markets within the CEB segment, such as human resources; legal, risk, and compliance; finance; information technology; innovation and strategy; marketing and communications; procurement and operations; and sales and service. The CEB Talent Assessment segment focuses primarily on the human resources function and markets its services to other corporate functions. The company also serves operational leaders in the global financial services industry and the U.S. government. For both the financial services industry and the U.S. government, the company offers demonstrated practices, operational insights, analytical tools, and peer collaboration designed to drive executive decision making. As of December 31, 2015, the company’s member and client network included approximately 90% of the Fortune 500, 72% of the Dow Jones Asian Titans, and approximately 85% of the FTSE 100. The company has a collaboration agreement with The Advisory Board Company to improve services to members and clients, and explore new product development opportunities. Sales and Marketing Efforts The company generally sells its membership-based products and services as a package, which enables executives and professionals to obtain the greatest value from the products and services, as well as from its global member network. The company’s talent assessment and management solutions are sold as subscription services for most clients, who require long-term assessment support, but they also could be configured to reflect the needs of clients. Business Strategy The company’s strategy is to sell its cross-industry products and services to a global customer set of large corporate and middle market institutions. The company intends to continue this strategy through various efforts, such as delivering must-have insights and analytics; cultivating highly valued relationships; achieving brand and market leadership; building compelling careers; and driving agility and operational excellence. History CEB Inc. was founded in 1979. The company, a Delaware corporation, was incorporated in 1997.
ceb inc (CEB:New York)
1919 North Lynn Street
Arlington, VA 22209
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