Airswift expands into Mozambique with JV Airswift Embrace

Global workforce solutions provider Airswift has launched a locally incorporated joint venture (JV) in Mozambique.

The 50/50 JV with local HR consultancy Embrace forms part of Airswift’s ongoing global growth strategy to increase its international reach, enhance its scope of services and provide additional flexibility and scalability to its clients. 

Airswift Embrace currently employs a small team from its main office in Mozambique’s capital Maputo and has plans to expand into the Mozambican cities of Pemba and Palma, and eventually employ up to 20 local staff members over the next year.

Embrace entered the partnership to access Airswift’s international experience within the global recruitment market, while Embrace’s knowledge of the Mozambique market will enable both companies to better service clients and contractors at a local level and on a larger, global scale.

Richard Clay, head of business development for Africa at Airswift, will oversee operations and lead the local team.

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