Save your time. I have answered thousands of emails from the orthopedics community. Below are the most common questions.
Who are you, Tiger?
1st, I am a recruiter.
2nd, I am an advocate for startups.
3rd, I am an independent voice in the orthopedics industry (blog, podcast). Read more here.
We are hiring. What is process of engaging you? your fee structure?
What is the difference between a retained search and a regular search?
I am a Job Seeker with experience in Orthopedics. How can you help me find my next career move?
ANSWER – Send me an email with why you are looking, and answers to these 4 questions and I will contact you immediately when I have a fit for you.
+ Key Strengths (what makes you special)?
+ Desired Titles?
+ Open to what geographies?
+ Compensation needs?
I just need some career advice.
ANSWER –I earn a living working for orthopedic companies. I don’t work for job seekers or employees. However, if you can send me a short email with your situation and question, I will try to give you my best advice.
I am a fresh graduate interested in jobs in the Orthopedics field. How can you help me?
ANSWER – Sorry, I don’t work with new graduates.
I want to connect with you.
ANSWER – I connect with ALL people working inside the orthopedics industry except for sales people. I prefer email. You can find me at:
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org (preferred)
I want to get my startup listed on OrthoStreams.
ANSWER – Email me a short paragraph about the startup, with location and URL to email@example.com
I would like for OrthoStreams to post my company press release. What is the process?
ANSWER – I only re-publish press releases that have a breakthrough component. If you have a breakthrough, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Read also Content Guidelines.
Can I re-publish an OrthoStreams article?
ANSWER – Absolutely. Cut and paste the article with a link back to OrthoStreams and give me credit for the article.
Will you speak at my event?
ANSWER – Sorry, I don’t do public speaking anymore.
What do you think of my orthopedic business idea?
ANSWER – It doesn’t matter what anyone thinks, except your customers. Nobody can predict whether it will work or not. So stop asking “in-theory” and go find out. Go forth and share your idea with everyone. Test it, validate it, improve it, try to attract resources for it. Read more – https://orthostreams.com/idea/