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JoJo Jiang expands ChapmanCG’s focus on Greater China

JoJo Jiang has joined ChapmanCG as a Director based in Shanghai. She will work with the team on HR search mandates across the Greater China and Asia Pacific region.

JoJo will work closely with Managing Director Steve Brown. He said:

“There is growing demand for senior HR talent in Greater China as companies continue to expand their global focus, and face new technology and productivity challenges and opportunities.

“JoJo brings with her important insights on the HR landscape for both local companies with an eye to global opportunities, as well as global companies increasing their focus on the Greater China market.”

Prior to joining ChapmanCG, JoJo held a corporate talent acquisition role with Apple Retail in China. She entered recruitment in 2011 with a focus on HR search, and prior to that gained extensive experience in business development.

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JoJo Jiang

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JoJo is a Director with ChapmanCG and based in Shanghai. She works with the team on HR search mandates across the Greater China region.

Before joining ChapmanCG, JoJo held a corporate Talent Acquisition Role of Leadership hiring with Apple Retail in China. She entered the recruitment industry in 2011 with a focus on HR search. In the HR community, she provides consultative service with an authentic approach and builds a long-term relationship with every HR she knows from the network. Earlier in her career, JoJo gained extensive experience in business development in big MNC. She earned a Diploma in Corporate Coaching and Leadership Development from The University of Hong Kong, and she also has credentials from the International Coach Federation (ICF) as an Associate Certified Coach (ACC).

JoJo is a keen traveller who enjoys adventure sports and scuba diving. In her free time, JoJo enjoys spending quality time with her two young children.