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Tuesday 19 September 2017. 9:00am -
Tuesday 19 September 2017. 12:00pm
Members: FREE
Non-Members: FREE
Essential tips to find the right opportunity in a bustling Asia city
Have you recently moved to Hong Kong, freshly graduated or are you simply keen on exploring new job opportunities?
Hunting for the right job can be an uphill battle. Thanks to our experience, we have put together a couple of tips for finding a job in our highly-networked and ambitious city.
Acting as a placement and a consulting agency, the Recruitment department of the FCCIHK prides itself in helping clients locate the right talents for their operations and expansions in Hong Kong and Asia.
During a two-hour session, Suzanne Romestain and Indy Yeung will share about:
  1. The French Chamber of Commerce: who we are and what we do
  2. Our recruitment services
  3. The job market in Hong Kong: trends of the moment
  4. Job searching: best ways to get a job in Hong Kong
  5. “Speed interviewing” session
About the speakers
Suzanne Romestain, Head of Recruitment and Training Department

Suzanne has a proven record in Recruitment and Consulting Services in Europe and Asia. In particular, she specialized in placing candidates in sectors ranging from food, life sciences, consumer goods and automotive and adapted to diverse clients from start-ups to corporate organizations. Prior to recruitment, Suzanne served as marketing manager for 8 years in a multinational company. She lived and worked in Paris, Shanghai and Geneva before settling in Hong Kong one year ago.
Suzanne is passionate about people, brands and cross-cultural exchanges.

Indy Yeung, Junior Recruitment and Training Consultant
Indy has been part of the Recruitment team of the FCCIHK for 2 years, taking great pleasure in helping companies find the best talents for their future endeavors in Hong Kong. Indy is happy to give tailor-made advice to candidates on Hong Kong job market.


Location Info

The French Chamber 18/F, On Hing Building, 1 On Hing Terrace, Central