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JAC Recruitment expands Asia footprint with new operation in India

Posted over 3 years ago by JAC Recruitment Thailand

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The continued success of leading Asian recruitment consultancy, JAC Recruitment, has seen the organisation extend its operations to India, with the launch of an office in Gurgaon, one of India's leading financial and industrial centres and part of the National Capital Region of Delhi. Having opened its doors on the 5th May, the new office will serve JAC Recruitment's growing multi-national company client base in India and provide further professional recruitment solutions to support the growth of the market in the country.

Since the establishment of its first office in London in 1975, the Group has expanded throughout the Asia region and currently has 25 offices spanning Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, China, Korea, Hong Kong, Vietnam, India, UK and Japan.

In line with the strategy followed by the Group businesses, JAC Recruitment India will concentrate on positions ranging from middle management with specific industry specialisation to senior executives, providing talented Indian and international candidates to the many foreign-capital invested companies in the country.

"Additionally, the strength of the JAC network will also give suitable candidates the ability to compete for positions overseas", said Mr Hayase, "And our database of Japanese speakers will also allow us to capitalise on placing key candidates into the rapidly growing Japanese manufacturing sector in India".

Hiromi Tazaki, the CEO of the JAC Recruitment Group commented, "The recruitment market in India is going to be an exciting opportunity for JAC, by utilising the Group's strong principle of exceptional service to both clients and candidates as well as our experience of operating in the Asian markets for over 25 years, our aim is to ultimately become the leading professional recruitment consultancy within the country."