Posted: Thursday, March 23, 2023. 5:04 pm CST.
By Breaking Belize News: RCCbpo, a leading provider of customer care and business process outsourcing services, has announced its expansion to Dangriga. The company is currently conducting interviews with over 100 candidates as they prepare to open a new facility in the area. This move has been made possible by the efforts of Minister Louis Zabaneh and his team, who have been instrumental in training and creating job opportunities for the local community.
RCCbpo is renowned for its quality services to clients in various industries, including telecommunications, healthcare, and e-commerce. The company’s proven track record of delivering exceptional customer experiences makes them an ideal partner for businesses looking to outsource their operations.
“We are thrilled to be expanding our operations to Dangriga,” said RCCbpo’s David Long. “This move is a testament to our commitment to providing high-quality services and creating employment opportunities in Belize. We are thankful to Minister Zabaneh and his team for their support and look forward to becoming a valuable part of the Dangriga community.”
RCCbpo’s decision to open a new facility in Dangriga will undoubtedly have a positive impact on the local economy. The company’s presence will create job opportunities for the residents of the area and contribute to the growth of the business process outsourcing industry in Belize.
Interviews are being conducted today, Friday and Saturday at The Bonefish hotel, and RCCbpo is excited to meet with potential candidates who are interested in joining their team. For more information about RCCbpo and its services, visit their website at https://www.rccbpo.com/.
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