GRM Bid to Become a Key Player in Tech Recruitment Across Asia
GRMSearch (GRM), has attracted some of the leading names in Tech recruitment in a bid to become the number one technology recruitment and search firm in the APAC region.
In addition to hiring Tomas Gistren in Tokyo and Serene See--Tow in Singapore, they have added the signatures of James Palin (Hong Kong), Toby Miles (Hong Kong), Ivy Tsoi (Singapore), Aira Saito and Neil MacGregor (both Tokyo). Together they have tens of years of experience and connections in the region recruiting for financial services, vendors and data/digital roles and as a practice group they make a formidable team.
GRM has strength in the finance markets, sitting on the PSL of many of the Investment Banks, Private Banks and PE firms – these firms are strategizing to build out in the digital space and blockchain sector and GRM will be right there to assist them. GRM’s market leading data and analysis team, designed to find the very best people in the market, will support the Tech practice.
Rob Green, CEO and Founder of GRM, said: “We are once again showing our clientele that we are dedicated to having the very best professionals in our team to work on their staffing needs. I am a careful student of the markets and I am constantly talking to our clients about their strategies and growth patterns – when they move, we move, and these hires show we are dedicated to the next 10 years in Asia’s tech space.”
GRM is in expansion mode having doubled the number of Consultants in all 5 of their offices in the past 18 months.
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