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Spencer Ogden Singapore celebrates fifth anniversary

26 Jul 2017
Spencer Ogden, the leading global energy, engineering and infrastructure recruitment specialist, is celebrating its fifth year of business in Singapore.

Spencer Ogden Singapore was first launched in 2012 as a specialist recruitment agency for the Oil and Gas sector. Within five years, the office has successfully placed over 2,400 candidates across the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region, and generated an annual turnover of SGD 34 million. 

Since opening its doors, Spencer Ogden has invested close to SGD 1 million in its’ APAC corporate learning and development programmes. In 2017 alone, the office has delivered 12 Graduate academies, three ‘Emerging Leader’ courses, and provided 20 employees external training support. 

Speaking of the landmark achievement, Spencer Ogden regional director for APAC, Tom Reid, comments: “Today we can reflect on the well-respected brand we have built in Singapore.  We have seen key hires and graduates develop into high performing billers, managers, and operations staff. I have every confidence we can achieve our ambitious Singapore growth targets of SGD 60 million turnover by the end of 2020.”

Operating with a headcount of 70 employees, the office has expanded its recruitment offering and now provides tailored permanent and contract staffing solutions to the power, renewables, technology, chemicals and built environment sectors. Since diversifying in 2015, the office has experienced a considerable rise in activity, with all five sectors recording year-on-year growth.

David Mills, Spencer Ogden Singapore Country Manager, adds:  “Our people, infrastructure and strong client relationships will allow us to achieve our growth plans for the months and years ahead. Our objective is to further develop the quality and range of services we offer to our customers, and to continue investing in our staff.”

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