Executives Online opens 1st Mideast office
Doha, November 13, 2012
UK-based Executives Online, an executive recruitment and interim management provider, has announced the opening of its first office in the Middle East, located in Doha.
The new office will capitalise on the growth in executive recruitment in the broader GCC region and extend Executives Online’s unique recruitment process to companies and jobseekers there.
Executives Online GCC will offer the same recruitment services that have proven popular with clients globally: Interim management, to get executive talent working quickly in organisations, via fixed-term contracts and permanent executive recruitment that operates dramatically more quickly than executive search to deliver the right candidates for any executive role.
Executives Online GCC is led by Ahmad Majeed, an experienced entrepreneur with track record in project management and online business models.
“The Executives Online brand and business model is unique in the Middle East, in its leveraging a global bank of talent built and enhanced via award-winning online methods, together with personal ‘on the ground’ service from experienced local businesspeople,” said Majeed.
“The region has been affected differently than the rest of the world by the global economic crises, with the consequence being that Middle Eastern companies require the right talent, fast, to continue to drive growth and success.
“This new Executives Online business will now enable us to serve and develop client relationships most effectively across all GCC countries, backed by a global brand and business process,” he added.
Ahmad is joined in Executives Online GCC by experienced recruitment business leader Patrick Dwyer who will act as general manager, and by John Dickson Antony, an HR professional with experience in management and organisation development. – TradeArabia News Service
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