Flowcrete Hong Kong has recently upgraded to a larger office space in Kowloon, Hong Kong in order to continue the company’s impressive growth.
The resin flooring specialists moved from a 600sqft windowless, dated and soon to be demolished office cube to the plush Kin Sang Commercial Centre, a high quality office development.
With easy access to major roads and subways the new office is ideally situated. The building also boasts a striking glass frontage with panoramic views of the iconic Victoria Harbour.
Managing Director of Flowcrete Hong Kong, Alan Blay, said: “We are pleased to move to our new office – it is a space that provides our staff a greatly improved working environment, as well as room for continued expansion.”
As well as an office relocation, there have been numerous promotions and new arrivals within the Flowcrete Hong Kong team of late, and the company is delighted to announce that Francis Tang and William Yip have both received promotions.
Francis was the first member of sales staff to be hired by Alan in 2011 and his tireless work ethic has seen him emerge as an able deputy. His tremendous contribution and efforts over the last four years have culminated in a thoroughly deserved promotion to the position of Sales Director.
William Yip, whose roles include producing Flowcrete Hong Kong’s Hyperion accounts, SOP and logistics, has now been promoted to the position of Accounts Manager.
Flowcrete would also like to welcome Sunny Pong as its new Specification Manager for Hong Kong and Stephanie Fu to the position of Administration/Marketing Assistant. The company is also pleased to announce that Edwin Chan will continue to manage his role as the Sales Manager for Macau projects.