TigerWit has announced it is defying the performance and employment trends of the global lockdown as the online trading platform faces record annual revenue. The firm has reported a business growth of 24% year-on-year for the month of May.
The obstacles that Covid-19 has placed on the recruitment process led the firm to go on a series of virtual hirings for the London office, with entirely remote online video interviews being conducted instead of physical face-to-face interviews.
The firm has appointed a number of senior-level executives across their design, content, digital acquisition, and brand development functions ti bolster its marketing department. The newly hired teams will focus on the growth and development of all online and offline marketing endeavors and support the regional offices to achieve the broader expansion goals of the business.
Shev Dilay, the new SEO Manager of TigerWit, commented: “I have been pleasantly surprised by the TigerWit recruitment and induction process during lockdown. I am looking forward to increasing search engine traffic across key geographical areas for the company”.
Ruxandra Dougie, the new Affiliate Manager, said: “From the online recruitment process through to the way our team gets organized and communicates online, I couldn’t be happier with the way the organization has managed to adapt and welcome me into the fold”.
This series of appointments follows a recent hiring of a number of Business Development Managers. TigerWit is now posting more positions online as they look to continue their growth both within the London headquarters and in their global locations.
TigerWit has also bolstered their existing local offices in Vietnam, Indonesia and the Latin American and African regions as well as opening a brand-new office in the MENA region.
Barnabas Goh, Global Manager of the new division, commented: “We are pleased to have been able to successfully enhance our global capabilities against the tide of rising unemployment. Not only are we blessed to have found candidates of such diverse caliber but are grateful to be given opportunities – however big or small – to support the global economy in such challenging times”.