Press Release: PageGroup strengthens Asian presence with UK-ASEAN Business Council
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Thu, 1 Aug. 2019
Singapore, 01 August 2019: PageGroup has entered into a partnership with the UK-ASEAN Business Council.
This alliance will benefit both organisations in their long-term business goals of partnering both domestic and multinational corporations in the South East Asia region.
PageGroup is a leading international recruitment brand across South East Asia, with offices in Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam. The Group launched in Singapore as Michael Page in 1996 and over the last two decades, the business has grown substantially. PageGroup is specialised in the recruitment of professionals in mid- to senior-level positions across a wide range of corporate and technical areas. The Group launched the Page Executive brand focusing on senior executive roles in 2008. Page Personnel was established two years later in 2010 to meet the growing demand for secretarial and office support as well as contracting/temporary recruitment work across a range of disciplines.
Anthony Thompson, Regional Managing Director of PageGroup Asia said, “Over the past 20 years, PageGroup has developed our South East Asian footprint, allowing us to change thousands of lives for our candidates and the businesses they joined. We firmly believe people will always be the key driver in advancing growth for companies.”
“Our new links with the UK-ASEAN Business Council is a mutually constructive partnership which will leverage the strengths of both. As we grow together, we look forward to the opportunities to develop more untapped potential in South East Asia. We will continue to strive to deliver the highest levels of service to our clients and candidates.”
Ross Hunter, Executive Director of the UK-ASEAN Business Council added, “We are very excited that PageGroup is joining us in strengthening the UK-ASEAN relationship. We look forward to working with their dynamic team on issues related to talent, skills and identifying future workforce needs in a digital age, important matters faced in both the UK and across South East Asia.”
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