FutureYou appoints procurement, supply chain, engineering and manufacturing

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FutureYou Executive Recruitment has appointed Christian Bloomfield as partner – procurement, supply chain, engineering & manufacturing at FutureYou Executive Recruitment.

Bloomfield (pictured) joins from Michael Page after more than 18 years with the company and leadership roles spanning the UK, Australia and China.

Bloomfield started his career with Michael Page in­ the UK before moving to Australia in 2002 where he established the company’s engineering, procurement & supply chain recruitment business which included key strategic focus on the Western Sydney region. Recognising the Australia – China trading connection, he moved to Southern China with Michael Page where he led the firm’s executive search operations across Guangzhou and Shenzhen for the last four years. 

Adept at developing senior business relationships across the region, Bloomfield has supported the Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply (CIPS) NSW Committee and most recently, has been highly engaged with the offshore expat community through involvement with the Australian Chamber of Commerce in Southern China.

Bloomfield will spearhead the established teams led by associate partner, Rajan Shukla (procurement & supply chain), and associate partner, Matthew Levy (engineering & manufacturing, production and R&D).

Simon Meyer, CEO of FutureYou Executive Recruitment, said, “We have been carefully building our senior leadership team at FutureYou over our first 12 months in market, bringing together depth and breadth of expertise gained locally and abroad. 

“We are thrilled to now welcome Christian Bloomfield to the growing team. 

“Christian is one of the most trusted professionals in procurement, supply chain, engineering and manufacturing recruitment across the region. His expertise and connections are unparalleled. So too is his understanding of what is unfolding regionally across these sectors, offering the business community an unfettered view of executive talent and opportunities for growth. Particularly, with one of Australia’s closest trading partners: China.”

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