News: CoachHub opens new APAC headquarters in Singapore

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CoachHub opens new APAC headquarters in Singapore

The talent development startup's APAC expansion is the latest in a growth strategy that has taken it across most of Europe, into the US, and into Australia previously.
CoachHub opens new APAC headquarters in Singapore

Global talent development startup CoachHub has opened its new APAC regional headquarters in Singapore and will be expanding its APAC team. The company, which currently has over 400 coaches across the region and is partnering with local HR professional associations, has been hiring for positions in APAC for several months now as well as seeking partnerships with more local coaches.

Headquartered in Berlin, CoachHub has been expanding internationally for some time now. The new APAC expansion follows right after its acquisition of the coaching division of Austrian consulting company Klaiton this month, and less than half a year after it expanded its operations in Australia. Prior to the Klaiton acquisition, CoachHub had also acquired French digital coaching platform MoovOne last September.

The company has raised a total of US$110 million in Series B capital to date, with most of that funding going to its international expansion.

Tim MacCartney, Senior Vice President of CoachHub APAC, said: “With the future of work constantly evolving in the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, coaching has never been more important to train and support employees in order for them to reach their full potential. We are thrilled to have officially launched here in APAC with our headquarters in Singapore and look forward to working with local companies on upskilling their workforces.” 

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