DHR appoints new vice presidents for Mena
Dubai, July 3, 2013
US-based DHR International, an executive search firm, has appointed two new executive vice presidents, Laura-Ann Yuille and Michael Cox-Hill, for its assignments across the Mena region.
Yuille has worked across the consumer, media and entertainment sectors and has over nine years of executive search experience, with her specialty being recruiting board level and C-suite candidates, said a statement.
Cox-Hill, on the other hand, has worked across several sectors including aerospace and defense, automotive, industrial engineering, and chemicals and polymers in the region, it said.
“We intend to continue with our measured growth in order to support our clients’ expanding needs in the Mena region. Among our major plans is to hire additional experienced consultants before year’s end so we can provide more industry expertise and intensify our efforts in a key market such as Saudi Arabia,” said Ayman Haddad, managing director, DHR International-Mena. – TradeArabia News Service
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