Chris said, “I feel that any company that takes responsibility for issues that are not their own will be there for me as a customer if anything goes wrong.” She sees that bringing her business to Whitbread is in turn helping others in the community through the work of the Whitbread Foundation.
Chorus Executive is an Australian owned company who specialise in executive talent management in the sales, marketing and communications space.
Christine explains that her purpose in business is to help people and their business to grow.
Her BIG vision for Chorus Executive is to always be top of mind whenever anyone thinks about their recruitment needs.
"We understand that our role is to ensure we add value in every interaction with our clients and our candidates." explains Christine.
Strong leaders are imperative to the success of any organisation and Christine's zest for life, business acumen and compassion for others has certainly enabled her to grow a business that sets her apart from her competitors.
Christine Khor started her own business nearly 15 years ago and recently relocated Chorus Executive to new premises in Flinders Lane, heralding an exciting new era for her successful talent management business.
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