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UK OFFICE

Maxim Recruitment Ltd
Pera International, Pera Innovation Park
Nottingham Road
Melton Mowbray
Leicestershire
LE13 0PB

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Telephone: From UK 0800 689 4841 or from overseas +44 800 689 4841

The switchboard is open 8:30am to 5:30pm Monday to Friday.

Weekend or evening meetings and phone conversations can be arranged by appointment.

E-mail: uk@maximrecruitment.com

 


HONG KONG OFFICE

HK Maxim Recruitment Ltd
10/F Rm03, Yu Yuet Lai Building
43-55 Wyndham Street
Central
Hong Kong

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Telephone: +852 5444 0094

Office hours are 9am to 6pm Monday to Friday (Hong Kong time).

E-mail: asia@maximrecruitment.com

 


DUBAI OFFICE (UAE)

Maxim Middle East Executive Search DWC-LLC
Crowne Plaza Commercial Towers
Sheikh Zayed Road
Dubai
UAE

E-mail: middleeast@maximrecruitment.com

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