Alex King has been bringing new-age, cutting edge techniques to the recruiting industry for the last seven years. He started right out of school for a Fortune 500 staffing firm, specializing in a diverse range of industries including Accounting, Finance, Information Technology, and Creative professionals. After two years of focusing on the Agency side of the business, he transitioned into working closely with startups in the digital advertising and marketing industry. One particular startup (Integrate.com) which specializes in media management launched in April of 2010 with 12 employees, and with his oversight on every single hire it grew to roughly 200 employees in just over two years. The company has since raised $20M in funding, and won numerous awards including “Most Innovative,” “Fastest Growing,” and “New Company of the Year,” by several prestigious business associations. Alex feels his strongest skill set is understanding the strength of all the recruits he works with, and placing them in the right position, in the right industry, with the right growth potential.


One of America’s newest rising star in the recruitment space, Alex King describes himself as a silent assassin. In season one, Alex uses his cool disposition to his advantage when competing in Top Recruiter, The Competition.


Rising recruiting star, Alex King, ready to meet his competition arrives in Miami looking cool, collected and ready to take the title.

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With an estimated $140 billion dollars spent on recruiting every year on the line, the stakes – and the payouts – for recruiters has never been higher. And the ones at the top of their game are doing more than making big money – they’re making a big difference in the lives of the job seekers they encounter every day. Because there’s nothing better than a better job. And there’s no better job than recruiting. Great recruiters are in demand, but there are only a few with the right combination of people, business and street smarts to not only be called great, but world class. And with employers increasingly going global in their quest for their next hire, world class is the only class.