Ryan Hoyle has rejoined GalaxE.Solutions, a professional IT services firm, as Senior Director, Detroit & Product Specialist. In his new role, Hoyle will lead all civic, philanthropic and business development efforts in the city of Detroit; continuing to build the abundant relationships that GalaxE has within the Detroit community with clients, educational institutes, leaders and community organizations.
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Ryan Hoyle, vice president business development and talent acquisition for software innovator GalaxE.Solutions, has been named to DBusiness magazine’s 2014 Class of “30 in Their 30s.” Individuals selected for the honor are business leaders in metro Detroit who are moving their respective companies, industries and communities forward and have demonstrated notable success in their given fields while still in their 30s.
Ryan Hoyle, vice president business development and talent acquisition for software innovator GalaxE.Solutions, has been named to Crain’s Detroit Business magazine’s 2014 Class of “40 Under 40.” Crain’s “40 Under 40” recognizes individuals who are making significant achievements in business, based on factors such as financial impact and community leadership, prior to the age of 40.
Ryan Hoyle, Director of Global Recruiting for GalaxE.Solutions, has been named to the Michigan Chronicle’s 2013 “Men of Excellence”. Hoyle was selected as one of more than 50 men from the metro Detroit community who demonstrate professional success and are beacons of leadership for the African American community.
Ryan Hoyle interview with Carol Cain on GalaxE.Solutions Detroit
As director of global recruiting for GalaxE Solutions, an IT company with offices in Detroit, New Jersey, Canada and India, Ryan Hoyle estimates he sees several hundred résumés a week – a number that can spike to the thousands when the company receives media coverage.
GalaxE.Solutions Director of Global Recruiting Ryan Hoyle joined other expert panelists to discuss challenges facing metro Detroit and the region’s workforce in relation to job growth and unemployment rates.