By Las Rodrigo – Head of Recruitment, Links International Macau
As mentioned previously, in order to keep up with the expansion and increasing demand for recruitment in Macau, Links International’s Macau team have relocated to a bigger and better office. After the hustle and bustle of Christmas, New Year and Chinese New Year, we had a great night with some of our key candidates and clients last week, when we officially celebrated our move into the new office just in time for the Year of the Rooster!
The move into the new office marks a key milestone for us, as we have been handling recruitment in Macau for almost 12 years. Moving to a more central location in Macau, we are better placed to meet our candidates and clients to help them build their careers or grow their businesses respectively.
We were joined at our opening event by clients from many different sectors, such as property, FMCG, telecoms and retail. Over the course of the evening, we discussed a wide range of topics, such as the challenge of attracting talent in the Macau market, the number of visitors to Macau that contribute to increased revenue and also topical discussions on the new hotels and casinos in Macau that are planned to be opened this year.
The retail market in Macau continues to attract some of the top international brands from around the world, with Agent Provocateur, 6ixty 8ight and Breitling all coming to Macau to establish their presence in the region. In addition to this, with a lot more restaurants opening in Macau offering local and international cuisine, there really is something for everyone to enjoy.
Eileen Stow, Managing Director and owner of the famous Lord Stow’s Bakery here in Macau also joined us at our new office opening and brought some of her excellent Portuguese egg tarts which were heartily enjoyed by all!
Links Macau is in a very strong position to help and support the local talent in Macau and we are also working on specific mandates in the hospitality sector for companies that are looking for foreign international expertise. If you are interested in coming to live and work in Macau to experience this vibrant, colourful region that really is rich in culture, then please do get in touch.