Harvey Nash Names South East Asia Leader

May 23, 2016 – Global search firm Harvey Nash has named Audrey Moreau as associate director and leader of the firm’s industry practice in South East Asia. She is based in the firm’s Singapore office. Ms. Moreau has worked in Malaysia, Vietnam and Singapore, and is a search specialist focused on the industrial and pharmaceutical sectors across the South East Asia region. With almost a decade’s worth of experience in executive search, she brings business relationships and sector expertise across numerous markets in Asia.

In her new role with Harvey Nash, she is responsible for working with the firm’s existing client base, developing new business relationships and leading its established diversity initiatives, including the Singapore chapter of the Inspire network.

Previously, Ms. Moreau was with Morgan Philips where she was director of APAC, tasked with developing new businesses and supporting industrial clients in South East Asia. She has also served in various roles with Hudson and the MRINetwork. Prior to her recruitment career in Asia, she was working in Paris as business development manager focusing on Asian countries.

“Following the launch of our Singapore office last year to bolster our existing presence across Asia, Harvey Nash is well positioned to support the success of organizations throughout the region due to our ability to discover key talent and our unmatched focus on the business benefits of workforce diversity,” said Richard Goddard, managing director, Harvey Nash Executive Search, South East Asia. “We are delighted to welcome Audrey to our expanding team in Singapore and we are confident she will play a significant role in supporting our client and candidate community across the region.”

With a staff in more than 40 offices across Europe, Asia and the U.S., Harvey Nash provides executive search & leadership services, professional recruitment, and outsourcing services to a wide array of industries. In addition to Singapore, Harvey Nash has teams operating in Hong Kong, Australia, Japan and Vietnam.

Contributed by Dale M. Zupsansky, Managing Editor, Hunt Scanlon Media

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