Monroe Consulting Group Malaysia has moved into new offices to accommodate the growth of its executive recruitment business and the need to hire new headhunters.
Ross Mckenzie, managing director of the Kuala Lumpur-based executive search company, said the move had caused minimal disruption to its business.
“The new premises are conveniently in the same building, Q Sentral, and we have taken over an office already fitted out to our design needs so we had the opportunity to make a relatively low-cost move, with minimal disruption to office operations.”
Mr McKenzie said the company had outgrown its previous office space.
“And with the new space being 50 percent larger we will be able to hire more staff in line with our growth plans for the next two to three years.”
He said the recruitment industry in Malaysia was performing well, inline with the Malaysian economy with GDP predicted to rise 4.8 percent in 2020.
“The government is placing great emphasis on investment in various sectors, including, manufacturing (aerospace, medical devices, chemicals, machinery), Islamic finance, education, high-tech and the digital economy,” he said.
“Foreign direct investment and attracting Fortune 500 companies to Malaysia remains a high priority as does greater commitment to ASEAN.