HRM Asia's Readers' Choice Awards

Congratulations to all the winners in HRM Asia's Readers Choice Awards for 2017!

Some 27 HR service providers have received the ultimate endorsement from the Singapore market – collecting one of 38 HRM Asia Readers’ Choice Awards in a gala ceremony on September 8.

More than 240 guests attended the event at Capella Singapore, taking advantage of the venue’s exquisite round ballroom and service-focused hospitality.

As well as celebrating with each of the winners, guests enjoyed some sumptuous food and wine, and were also treated to the hypnotic LED-fused stylings of the LuMen dance troupe.

Special emcee Sharlyn Lim hosted the event, while HRM Magazine editor Sham Majid provided the welcome address.

See all of the winners unveiled daily during September, on the Readers’ Choice Awards forum, here.

And to see how the event unfolded, visit HRM Asia’s live reporting of the Readers’ Choice Awards here.

 

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