Spencer Ogden has fought off tough competition to be awarded with both the Best Oil & Gas Recruiter and Growth Company of the Year awards at the 2014 Recruitment International Asia awards.
The only company to walk away with more than one award on the night, Spencer Ogden’s success in Asia has gone from strength to strength since the launch of our Singapore office in January 2012. We now have two super hubs in Singapore and Hong Kong, as well as an office in Perth, growing organically from 10 to 110 employees, with further plans for expansion in 2015.
Bradley Lewington, Director of APAC at Spencer Ogden says,
“Passion and agility has driven our growth across Asia, and we are constantly striving to provide tailored solutions for our clients as we become the energy recruiter of choice in the region. The Growth Business Award is something we are very proud of as it is proof that what Spencer Ogden has been doing for the past four years has been a success.”
The Growth Business of the Year Award is given to a company that has shown a sustainable upward trend and has consistently outperformed others in their sector.
“The Spencer Ogden brand has translated perfectly within the APAC market and we have been able to retain our key brand values as well as hiring a large number of local staff, enabling us to fully immerse ourselves in the culture and way of business. Our training is our secret weapon and it has allowed us to grow quickly, hiring and training graduates within the industry.”
The Best Oil & Gas Recruiter Award firmly cements Spencer Ogden’s position as a key player within the oil and gas recruitment market and demonstrates our ability to not only service customers on a global scale, but within niche market sectors across the wider energy industry.
David Spencer-Percival, CEO of Spencer Ogden says,
“We are striving to be the global energy recruiter of choice, and this award confirms that our knowledge and experience of our sector is what drives the business, and we will continue to expand on this over the coming years.”