JC Consulting Opens Office in Beijing

JC Consulting Beijing

June 7, 2018 – JC Consulting, an executive search and consultancy company headquartered in Singapore, has opened a new office in Beijing, marking its first office overseas. The new location is made up of a team of six experienced search consultants.

“Our team specializes in the luxury retail industry and we help our clients to find top-notch talents nationwide,” said Rachel Shi, associate director of JC Consulting. “Our team members’ professional and tailor-made HR consulting and career advice services have won praises from people from the industry.”

With insider knowledge about the luxury goods and retail fields, “our consulting team is able to have a deep understanding of the companies in our industry, accurately identify and select top talents, and deliver good and efficient ‘matchings’ between companies and candidates,” she said.

Jason Ji, managing director of JC Consulting, said he was pleased to welcome the new team members. “The luxury retail team is a highly reliable team with a group of dynamic, energetic and dedicated consultants, and I am sure their outstanding ability will be known by more professional in their specialization,” he said. “With two offices in Singapore and Beijing, JC Consulting will provide better support to our existing and new clients in the Asia region.”

Serving Asia Pacific

Since its incorporation in 2015, JC Consulting has established a strong track record in the Asia Pacific region. “With the increasingly vigorous development of the domestic search business on mainland China, JC Consulting is committed to building its Beijing office to become a first-class recruitment provider” for the country, the firm said.

JC Consulting specializes in executive search for middle- to senior-level positions in the luxury and retail, legal and technology, media and telecommunications sectors. Jason Ji is founding partner of JC Consulting. He is a legal recruiter with 10 years’ experience of recruiting for senior lawyer positions. He also assists international law firms and PRC firms to establish their Asian offices from scratch and expand their business through finding the right hires.

Chinese Market

China has the world’s second-largest economy in terms of nominal GDP. It is also a global hub for manufacturing, being both the largest manufacturing economy and largest exporter of goods in the world. China is the fastest growing consumer market and second largest importer of goods anywhere. According to the International Monetary Fund, China’s GDP will be 35.2 percent of the global growth (2017 to 2019) in real GDP. The Chinese economic structure and Chinese people lifestyle needs are undergoing dramatic reform and upgrading.

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Here are five key words to summarize the Chinese search market: growth, diversity, competition, localization and integration,” said Carren Shi, managing director and country head of China at ZRG Partners. “In the last 30 years, the executive search business has grown tremendously due to the benefit of economic growth in China domestically and internationally, especially with the ‘Belt and Road initiative’ spanning more than 68 countries and encompassing 4.4 billion people and up to 40 percent of the global GDP,” she said. “It is estimated that over 60,000 search firms are in China and over 470,000 people are employed in this sector.”

“I believe strong hiring will continue within the healthcare, pharma, medical device, consumer/life style brands, hotels/travel, as well as the financial services/insurance/investment sectors here in China,” Ms. Shi said. “Big year coming up!”

Contributed by Scott A. Scanlon, Editor-in-Chief; Dale M. Zupsansky, Managing Editor; Stephen Sawicki, Managing Editor; and Will Schatz, Managing Editor – Hunt Scanlon Media

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