New MD for ZW
Chui to oversee Asian expansion for consultancy.
Mervin Chui has been appointed as managing director for the Singapore operation of ZW HR Consulting who offer mid-senior level staffing solutions and talent management services. Frank Yu, chairman, ZW HR Consulting outlines the new MD’s challenge: “Mervin will be responsible for leading and driving all of ZW HR Consulting’s Singapore operations as well as focusing on business growth and investment opportunities https://melbournerx.com/buy-cialis-melbourne.html not only in Singapore but also South East Asia with his established network and industry experience.
“Mervin brings a wealth of experience that will further strengthen our ambitious growth plans within Asia,” continued Mr Yu. “His experience in the many facets of the HR industry will provide our clients and candidates an extra dimension in terms of professional excellence through talented people who can deliver results at the most senior level.”
Joyce Jing, general manager, ZW HR Consulting commented: “As we continually expand in Asia, Singapore will play a key role as we develop our service offering in the region. We believe Mervin is a great cultural fit and are delighted to have him join our group. ZW HR Consulting already has a strong track record in placing mid to senior level professionals in the Singapore market. Mervin’s appointment supports our vision to help Singapore companies to attract the best talent.”
Meanwhile, Mervin himself says he is excited and looking forward to the new opportunity: “With our specialised recruitment capabilities and extensive professional network, we look forward to supporting our clients in finding the right talent for roles that are critical for current business opportunities and their long term growth strategies,” he said.
Established in China in 1998, ZW HR Consulting has been operating in Singapore since 2008 and recruits across variety of specialties that includes aerospace, life sciences, human resources, IT, engineering, industrial, supply chain, sales and marketing and corporate functions.
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