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Dubai – Cazar recruitment solutions announces joint venture in Australia

28 August 2013

Dubai-based enterprise recruitment solution company has announced its expansion into Australia, through a joint venture agreement with established Australian consulting services provider, Ingenia.

This latest move is part of Cazar 's continued growth plans in the Asia Pacific region, which began in 2012 when it opened its Hong Kong regional headquarters to support existing customers.  

Guy Rickett, CEO of Cazar, commented: "With its strong track record in the software and consulting sector in Australia, Ingenia is the ideal partner to help spearhead our expansion into this market, where recruitment technology has significant growth potential.”

Andrew Hodges, General Manager of Ingenia states, "There has been a shift in the online recruitment landscape in Australia, and this represents a huge opportunity for both companies. Employers used to rely on one or two job posting sites. Now, they want to reach and attract top talent using all the latest online tools - from LinkedIn and specialist job boards to their own corporate career portal. They need the technology, tools and expertise to help them achieve this effectively."

Studies show that the recruitment sector has indeed changed considerably in recent years. Today, an organisation's career website can produce 50% of all new recruits, including senior management hires. As for social media, its usage amongst Australian employers is expected to double in the next 12 months.

Adrian Jeremiah, previously a senior executive at Cazar, who will be leading the development efforts with Ingenia as Consulting Manager, added: "Capturing talent at the right time and right place is directly related to the efforts a company makes to find and engage with quality candidates. That is why Cazar 's offering not only includes its powerful Sniperhire talent acquisition cloud software but also distinctive recruitment marketing services, such as creating bespoke corporate career websites or developing smart candidate sourcing strategies."

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