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Aspire Global Network launches in Asia

Aspire Global Network launches in Asia

Singaporeoffice marks continued growth and success of recruitment specialist


Aspire Global Network has announced the opening of a new office in Singapore to be branded & lsquo;Aspire Global Network Asia’. The Network has expanded its offering into Asia following client demand and to serve the booming Asian media and advertising market.

This latest news marks the impressive growth of the Network which recently revealed record half year growth results, with a 26% increase in GP/net fee income, and announced an award win of Recruitment Company of the Year 2011 (&lt&pound20m turn over) at this year’s APSCo Awards for Excellence.

Aspire Global Network are primarily focused in the creative, media, market research and digital sectors, and have witnessed an increased demand in these specialist services overseas. The new office has been established by Emma Osborne, who has relocated from the London office after working for the network’s pfj brand as for seven years.

Paul Farrer, Chairman of Aspire Global Network, said: “The Aspire Network works because it responds to the needs of its clients and perspective clients. It is a real challenge to open an office in a new location and it was essential to us that we had someone we knew well leading our brand there. Emma has done a cracking job. On a recent visit we met a great many clients and they were clear that there is a strong demand throughout the region for our specialist services.”

Paul Farrer, added: “Opening any new office is a challenge and Asia presents many opportunities and complexities in delivering quality staffing solutions. This gives us a physical presence on our third continent which is all part of our vision to be a global network of leading specialist recruitment companies.”

The group which now comprises six specialist recruitment brands: pfj, The Graduate Recruitment Company, rpcushing, Persicope, ICUR and Aspire Global Network Asia, saw turnover rise 19% to &pound6.77m, from &pound5.68m last year, showing the Network go from strength to strength.


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