Friday, 11 January 2008

Accountancy Job Abroad

My former classmate and a friend in high-school is now a CPA(certified public accountant) and I knew he would because he is such a bright guy. He have loads of job offer in the philippines but he is looking for something different in different country too. I mean abroad, that's what he want to earn more and be stable soon as possible is what he wanted to do. I told him to check out this www.accountancyjobsabroad.com because for sure he'll find a job there and if the company knows he is a CPA they would certainly offer him a job without doubt. I wish him the best!

Press Release:
Accountancyjobsabroad.com has experienced a boost to its 2008 plans by acquiring several clients in the Middle East region. The business since its inception in October 2007 has principally signed clients from the Cayman Islands and Bermuda. However mirroring the expansion in the GCC region in general, the company has experienced a number of enquiries from the Middle East from companies who wish to recruit finance professionals and accountants.

The web based financial recruitment consultant has also seen an ever increasing requirement for talented finance professionals from the UK Channel Islands, namely the Isle of Man, Jersey and Guernsey. Director Mike Williams commented “…as companies consider their staffing requirements for 2008 we have been contacted by a number of new and dynamic companies who are finding that traditional bricks and mortar recruitment consultancies are not offering the right amount of flexibility to service their needs. We are finding that our tailor-made recruitment solutions fit their requirements perfectly and as such we are looking forward to an exciting 2008 as are many of our prospective employees who we will be placing in exciting and prosperous locations.”

The company continues to expand in Bermuda and the Cayman Island, and also the company is developing potential clients in Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Hong Kong and China. The company plans to have vacancies in each of these countries by mid-2008.


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