ALEX CORREA EXECUTIVE OPENS DOORS TO ITS NEW HEADQUARTERS

ALEX CORREA EXECUTIVE OPENS DOORS TO ITS NEW HEADQUARTERS

THE BILLY Blue College of Design has added a gem to its portfolio, completing its partnership with Alex Correa Executive to deliver the recruiter's new headquarters.

After several months in development, Alex Correa Executive's new head office is now open for business near Brisbane's riverside precinct on Market Street.

Director and Principal Consultant Alex Correa says Billy Blue brought a fresh perspective to the design which blends utilitarian style with organic Scandinavian hues.

"The feedback so far has been terrific," says Correa.

"We are confident that our new, specially designed space will inspire calm in our candidates as well as creative and clear thinking for our clients and consultants."

Correa added that Billy Blue was the natural partnership choice when it came to creating a minimalist contemporary office space which would inspire relaxation and clarity.

"Their deep engagement with the power of community resonated with us," says Correa.

"They also integrate artistry and innovation in their designs. Our new space reflects this thinking and will provide daily inspiration as we continue to generate recruitment and career solutions for our clients and candidates."

In addition to launching its new office space, Alex Correa Executive has also announced that it will be sponsoring the 2017 Brisbane Young Entrepreneur awards in line with its commitment to supporting the city's emerging business leaders.

Alex Correa Executives are leading specialists in legal recruitment and HR, while Billy Blue is a specialist college with more than 25 years' experience in connecting designers and educators with industry.

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