Posts Tagged “Hongkong job news”

Highlights:

  • Work positions with the highest demand in Hong Kong
  • Reasons why there are open opportunities every day
  • Qualifications needed for the high demand work opportunities.

Even with the large number of educated professionals who reside in Hong Kong, there’s still high demand for workers in some sectors. This is because new companies are being established every day and older professionals also retire every day. Why not take advantage of that?

These are some of the work positions in Hong Kong with the highest demand:

  1. Cyber security professionals

Many companies are on the hunt for IT specialists, especially Cyber security professionals. Companies come under cyber attack more often than they would like and because of the worth of the information they keep, it is important that they have teams of professionals who will always be there to reinforce and monitor their cyber security.

  1. Business analysts

Analysts with experiences in business streams are important investments for companies and companies in Hong Kong take advantage of their benefits. If you are a business analyst who has proven to help businesses grow, there are a lot of well paying opportunities available for you in Hong Kong.

  1. Accountancy and finance

Accountancy and finance has the highest estimated demand for professionals in Hong Kong. Individuals and companies are constantly making investments and asset management has to be outsourced to professional accountants. Accountants are constantly being recruited for these companies and if you have the right qualifications, you should find it easy to get your own job.

  1. Inventory management

Inventory managers are needed by almost every company as most companies are involved in production and handling of goods. Having inventory managers help to reduce the cost of inventory, reduce the possibility and rate of theft, and ensure that the goods are kept in good condition. Having an inventory manager is important in making sure that your goods reach the buyers in the best condition.

 

 

Highlights:

  • Google reveals plans for South East Asia
  • Google unveils their partners for this program
  • The regional director for South East Asia reveals plans for business heads of SMEs

The most popular tech company in the world, Google, has made its plans for SMEs public. According to their regional director for South East Asia, they are in the process of building relationships and setting up collaborations with global training providers to train 1000 business owners who run their own SMEs. These plans were made public on the 20th of April, 2017.

The initiative which has been titled Squared Online for SMEs, will provide training and training materials for individuals who are in charge of small and medium sized enterprises.

Their major partner will be AVADO, which is a UK based digital transformation and leadership training company. SME owners make up a huge part of their clients and they will provide the training programs, and possibly, individuals needed for the teaching. They also plan to partner with Spring Singapore and the Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA).

The intent of the program is to train these business heads in digital leadership and marketing, providing them with the tools they need to give their small businesses big names. This module is expected to groom people who will be the next set of digital leaders.

While addressing the press, Ghislain Le Chatelier, Google’s regional director for South East Asia said, “We know that SMEs have limited resources and that they’re looking for help to grow. Getting digital and mobile right is the key to future success. By offering a dedicated digital marketing programme for SME leaders, we hope to help them export using the web, grow their customer base and thrive in an increasingly mobile-first world.”

The program will be done in batches. Each batch is expected to have 120 participants each, until their aim of 1000 people is reached. They believe that by 2019, 1000 business heads will have successfully completed the training course.