Robert Walters, a professional recruitment consultancy, has expanded its Asian network with an office in Nanjing, China. In response to client and candidate demand for specialist and international recruitment services within the mainland, Robert Walters opened its fourth China office, after Shanghai, Suzhou and Beijing.
Robert Walters’ head of Nanjing and Suzhou office, Arthur Wang, said: “As the capital of Jiangsu province and one of the top four commercial cities, we believe Nanjing has the potential and capability to supply and sustain the city’s economic growth. This is therefore, an extremely important and strategic move for the Group to establish our presence in the most developed province in China. At the same time, we hope to gradually expand our geographic coverage by providing high level recruitment services to some of our clients in the Anhui province.”
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