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An authoritative thinker and doer in the recruitment space, Takuya Davis brings talent to companies needing to hire. After years of attracting quality candidates to his own businesses, Davis matches companies with people of integrity based on synergized values. 

Takuya Davis is a magnet for talent. Since the age of 18, he’s attracted leading candidates to his thriving businesses in a range of industries, including construction, food and entertainment, solar, and more. Mitsuoka & Company, the latest on Davis’ list of enterprises, stands to bolster recruitment for small businesses across North America. Employing wisdom, strategy, and values to put talent where it needs to be – Takuya Davis lives life so “when the Man upstairs calls me, I won’t have any regrets.”

It’s no secret that recruitment has grown into a challenge many businesses are not equipped to handle. Shifting paradigms continues to reshape the talent pool, leaving many businesses, start-ups, and entrepreneurs scrambling to bring in candidates that synergize. That’s where Takuya Davis comes in, with a tenacious philosophy that attracts people of integrity and matches them to workplaces where they and their new employer can thrive. 

How does Takuya Davis excel in recruitment, during a dynamic era in the talent economy? Trying times are ripe for the underdog, who has been battle-tested by personal adversity and approaches the uncertain future with thoughtfully developed values and the strategies to stick by them.

Change, adaptation, and growth are second nature to Davis, who moved to California from Okinawa at a young age. His father was in the Air Force, and Davis later moved to Washington when his father was rebased. Takuya, a charismatic straight-shooter, credits sports as one of the reasons he was able to remain outgoing, despite often having to move cities so often. 

Takuya Davis experienced life from a wide variety of perspectives. Living in Japanese subsidized housing, a variety of apartments, and base housing brings empathetic clarity not lost on the robust CEO who now lives in Phoenix, Arizona. Brought up in a hard-working family seeking to make something good out of difficulty, Takuya was primed for a life like no other. 

As with his upbringing, Davis began his career on the move. He pivoted from the promise of a stable life as an orthopaedic surgeon while studying at the University of Washington, choosing to pursue a passion for entrepreneurship that grew from his experience as a franchise owner of a College Pro painting business. Taking control of his destiny, Davis fully embraced a life of change. He took to Boston, shifting to the franchisor side of College Pro.

In Boston, Takuya met his wife, whose foresight and wisdom has been priceless to the success of Davis’ enterprises. She’s an avid golfer, too, and the pair are often found tearing up the Arizona golf scene.

Davis started putting irons in the fire. He piloted a growing roster of businesses: a tanning salon, a sports bar, a designer flooring company, a roofing company, and a solar company, many of which he’s built over the years.

Whether Takuya was moving to a new city as a youth, or growing into an unfamiliar industry as an entrepreneur, one thing remained true: Takuya Davis is in the people business. He could be looking to hire a general manager, a solar installer, or a salesperson up to date on the latest in designer flooring – one thing remains certain: their values must align with the culture of his businesses. 

Takuya Davis’ venture into the recruitment world, culminating in Mitsuoka & Company, is the sum of both his professional and personal life experience. Knowing the risk involved with hiring, Davis handles his client’s talent acquisition with the gravity he would put into recruiting for his own companies – he’s looking for synergy in his matchmaking. 

Every company has its own culture, and suitable traits may differ between Davis’ businesses and those of his clients. Sometimes, clients haven’t considered what these values are. The CEO is no stranger to situations like these, where he must analyse a new environment quickly. From an “old school” chart highlighting strengths and weaknesses, to a candid discussion about his client’s personal goals and objectives, starting with the big picture, “ten-year” outlook drives Mitsuoka & Company’s clients to effective hires.

If you want a good idea of what true synergy is, look no further than Takuya’s family. A husband, and father of two, Davis’ own big picture dream is to be a full-time dad. Family is a core value that has driven Takuya Davis’ eye for discovering the next entrepreneurial opportunity, and strategizing how to create value within them. 

Mitsuoka & Company is an authority in the recruitment space bringing candidates that synergize. Wherever CEO Takuya Davis goes, talent follows.

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