Gibson & Company Inc. is an executive search firm serving client companies located throughout North America. The firm's offices are located in Brookfield, Wisconsin; Chicago, Minneapolis, and Monterey, California. 

Bruce Gibson has been a leader in the field of executive search since 1969. He has personally conducted over 400 assignments for more than 70 major corporations, non-profit organizations, and universities. Bruce serves as search consultant to Chief Executive Officers, Boards of Directors, and Human Resources Officers. Assignments are focused on CEO and COO (CEO succession) searches. The firm also serves the CEO with searches for all direct reports: Chief Financial Officer, CIO, CMO, CTO, CLO and Chief Human Resources Officer.

The firm's primary geographic focus is the continental United States. Search assignments have been completed for client companies located in 25 states, Mexico, Canada, South America, and the UK.

The firm's success has been based on Bruce Gibson's commitment to expert, hands-on execution of every phase of the search process: research - customized for each assignment, precise candidate modeling and sourcing, incisive candidate evaluation and reference checking, and follow-on counseling focused on effectively integrating candidates into client company organizations. His search process is highly consultative, and usually features close collaboration with the client company's human resources officer. Bruce has been characterized by the business press as "a modern dean of the search profession."

Bruce Gibson now ranks 2nd among all search consultants worldwide - in terms of tenure and experience in C-level search. Gerry Roche, Senior Chairman of Heidrick & Struggles, began his career in executive search in 1964, under the guidance of Gardner Heidrick. Bruce Gibson began his career in 1969, under the guidance of Edmund R. Hergenrather. Gardner Heidrick, Ed Hergenrather, Spencer Stuart, and Sid Boyden - all alumni of Booz Allen - are the founders of the modern search profession; establishing their respective firms in the mid-1950s.