News: January Search Bangkok Fair Enormously Successful! - Mar 1, 2015
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January Search Bangkok Fair Enormously Successful!

Search Associates is celebrating its 25th anniversary as a company dedicated to connecting exceptional educators with world-class international schools. The Bangkok January Fair is one of the three largest fairs operated by Search Associates, with 123 schools and nearly 600 candidates in attendance this year. Organized by Vice President Michael Williams (left) and Senior Associate Harry Deelman (right), the fair has become a standard of Search Associates' commitment to assisting the education community.

Search Associates is renowned for its ability to provide direct, personal communication with recruiters and candidates, and this emphasis on customer service was on full display in Bangkok. Tyler Sherwood, Head of Schools at the Chatsworth International School in Singapore, commented on the Fair's quality:

"All of your staff [is] extremely helpful and friendly and, though the Fair is large, it always feels like a strong community effort."

To ensure every candidate at the Fair had access to an Associate's expertise and advise, Past President Jim Ambrose and Senior Associates John Ritter, Ray Sparks, Gez Hayden, and Nick Kendell joined organizers Michael Williams and Senior Associate Harry Deelman at the Fair.

The Bangkok January Fair is just one of the many excellent events hosted by Search Associates during the course of the year. While Fairs in Johannesburg, Melbourne, Kuala Lumpur, London, Hong Kong, Toronto, Cambridge, San Francisco, Bogota, and Dubai have already taken place, upcoming Fairs in Bangkok (Spring), and London (Spring) are excellent locations for educators and schools to connect for the upcoming school year. Regardless of which Fair one attends, one thing is for certain: the quality and commitment to service will always be there.

Did You Know…?

CEO of Search Associates, Jessica Magagna, was born in Morocco and attended the American Community School in Iran while her father was headmaster.