Based on the last month’s positive order and business development, Kleffmann Group has announced new investments into its Asia-Pacific/Australia organization.
To further develop and strengthen its operations, especially for the international AMIS panel as well as Ad Hoc research business in the APAC region, Dan Jecan will join Kleffmann Group in Singapore as the regional manager. Jecan has worked at the company for 6 years and is currently the team manager in Kleffmann Group Romania. He will start his responsibility for Asia-Pacific in Singapore on June 1, 2017. The new regional team in Singapore will be also joined by Adiyatmika, an experienced market researcher born in Indonesia, but lives in Singapore. Adi will report to Jecan and will be mainly responsible for the international Ad Hoc projects in the region.
Further investments are also planned for the Australian branch and will be implemented within the next weeks. Besides the investments into the expansion of its call center activities and new technologies, Kleffmann Group will invest into the strengths of the local team in Australia with Lilianna Mukhametshina, who has additional specialist skills to support the AMIS panels in Australia. Mukhametshina has worked almost 10 years in Kleffmann Group and has worked in various countries such as Russia and South Africa – both with large-scale farms. Thus, she brings a lot of experience to the Australian team. The new Managing Director for Australia will be announced in 2 weeks.
In order to progress in business development, Kleffmann Group has also announced the collaboration with Brian Benson as a strategic consultant. He will support the business development of Kleffmann Group in the APAC region and Australia, in particular.
“Overall Kleffmann Group will double its team capacities in line with the expected business growth,” said Dr. Nomman Ahmed, responsible Management Board member in Kleffmann Group for APAC.
Kleffmann Group is located in Australia, China, India, Philippines, Vietnam, Thailand and the new regional office in Singapore, which will also cover Indonesia and Malaysia.