Armstrong Craven sponsors HRM Asia Watch List

Published 26/09/2018 - 2 min Read

By Armstrong Craven Team

Talent Research Specialists

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Global talent mapping and pipelining specialist Armstrong Craven is sponsoring HRM Asia’s inaugural Watch List.

The Watch List celebrates the best of Asia’s up and coming HR leadership talent -

Over the next three weeks, HRM Asia will unveil the names who have made it on to the Watch List with all of the talent being profiled in the October/November issue of the magazine (published on October 23).

Introducing its new feature, HRM Asia says: “Our research team has been scouring throughout Southeast Asia to find workforce leaders who are having a tremendous positive impact on both their organisations and the profession as a whole.

“They will have shown significant career progression over the last decade, and should now be at the peak of their organisation’s HR hierarchy.”

Armstrong Craven opened a dedicated office in Singapore just over three years ago and, since then, has continued to invest to ensure it has a highly experienced and knowledgeable team in the region.

The company, which employs over 70 people around the world, has seen growing demand in the region for its support in providing clients, both local and global, with a more strategic approach to their talent acquisition.

Armstrong Craven is a specialist in ensuring businesses are able to identify and attract the best candidates for their senior and scarce roles.

Key sectors are: Healthcare & Life Sciences, Technology, Financial Services, Consumer, Industrial and Professional Services.

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