Heinrich Schaible and Clarence Lobo
LMS hosts executive search meet
Dubai, March 23, 2014
Best practices in executive search, managing diversity and aligning these to the needs of clients across the Middle East form the agenda for an ongoing conference hosted in Dubai by Lobo Management Services (LMS), a leading recruitment firm.
LMS, the GCC partner of INAC Global Executive Search, joined 45 partner firms in the three day 43rd annual conference concluding today (March 23).
Heinrich Schaible, president of INAC said: “INAC stands out as it is professionally committed to providing a seamless Executive Search service to its clients across the Middle East by leveraging its extensive global network. We are very pleased to have a partner such as Lobo Management Services in this region and we look forward to leveraging our combined resources and strengthening our brand presence.”
LMS has a team of experienced Executive Search consultants offering unrivalled expertise across all major sectors. With over 20 years of experience and knowledge of the region, the company has gained a phenomenal amount of trust and recognition within many high profile organisations and top executives in the GCC and the region, he added.
Clarence Lobo, CEO of Lobo Management Services said: “Our long standing presence, expertise and knowledge in varied sectors have strongly placed us in a position to meet the ever changing demand for talent. To further enhance our offering to our clients we have taken the necessary measures to appoint specialists aligned with the sectoral demands of Expo 2020.
“Through INAC, we have partners across almost every country in Europe, North and South America and Asia Pacific and the full power of this organization will be available to both our clients and candidates.”
A special interactive session organised with a cross section of clients during the meet will enable INAC partners to get a firsthand understanding of the regional needs and gain deeper insights in to the key drivers for executive search for Expo 2020.
Given that Expo 2020 will see an inflow of over 25 million visitors over six months into Dubai, the massive infrastructure being created for the event will open up an excess of 250,000 jobs by 2020 across several sectors including real estate & construction, infrastructure, hospitality, healthcare, education, retail, financial services, consumer goods and technology.
INAC with its network of independent firms that cover 80 cities in 45 countries across Europe, the Americas, Asia, Africa and the Middle East is in a strong position to provide responsive, adaptive and lasting solutions to meet the expertise, skills and experience requirements of companies in the region, a statement said. – TradeArabia News Service