Mark Nussbaum

Chief Administrative Officer, Signature Consultants

Mark Nussbaum serves as the Chief Administrative Officer of DISYS and Signature Consultants. One part visionary, one part lawyer, Mark manages to stay a step ahead — in business, strategy, IT staffing, you name it — while remaining utterly present when you talk to him. As Chief Administrative Officer at Signature Consultants and DISYS, Mark heralds the importance of getting to know and understand people. He leads by example. Growth mindset isn’t a buzzword for him. It’s a way of life. And he makes sure the people throughout the organization have the feedback and tools they need to learn, grow and thrive. Mark joined Signature in 2000, following undergrad and law degrees from the University of Michigan, being senior partner at the leading law firm of Honigman Miller Schwartz and Cohn, and serving as EVP at premiere medical real estate development firm Rendina Companies. He’s a passionate Bob Dylan and Bruce Springsteen fan (and a music lover, in general) who isn’t afraid to call on a favorite lyric to drive home his point. Mark calls Fort Lauderdale home, but makes his way across the U.S. for speaking engagements about the future of work and technology. You’ll want to meet him at your next conference.

Speaker Sessions

2:15 PM - 3:00 PM

Future-Proofing Your Growth Through Diversification

If the pandemic and recent economic uncertainty have taught us anything, it’s that firms that readily adapt to challenges are most likely to win out over the competition. A key source of growth for many staffing firms has been diversifying their service offerings, including pivoting or opening new verticals to incorporate SOW, RPO, or Direct Sourcing models into their business. While many firms have taken advantage of the recent staffing industry acceleration, this rapid growth won’t last forever. How can you future-proof your business to ensure you continue to grow and succeed over your competitors? In this session, you’ll hear from a panel of industry leaders on how they’ve approached diversification in their own businesses and what other firms should be thinking about as they consider diversification as a growth strategy.