JobsDB plans aggressive expansion

KUALA LUMPUR: Hong Kong-based online recruitment company expects its Malaysian operations to contribute about 30% to its total revenue over the next two years in line with its expansion programme.

In 2009, Malaysia contributed 10% of its total revenue of HK$400mil (RM200mil).

“We are in the process of consolidating our business currently. Next year, we will expand our business aggressively,” JDB’s general manager for Malaysia, Jeffrey Goh, told reporters after signing the agreement with the International Association of Software Architects (IASA).

Goh said that under the agreement, IASA will conduct software architecture training in the JDB Jobseeker’s Advocate Training Centre.

“As of now IASA will conduct two courses, object-oriented design and analysis, and business requirement architecture, each running for two days and three days, respectively,” he said.

JDB has spent RM150,000 to upgrade the training centre. — Bernama

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