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High Value Contracts for Student Recruitment Teams – First Steps to Success

In a previous post we looked at some of the issues that education providers should consider before chasing high value contracts with overseas governments. If you have made the decision to become active in this lucrative (but highly volatile) recruitment channel, you will want to set up a process that allows you to allocate your resources most effectively and maximise your returns. 755 more words

International Student Recruitment

Government Contracts for International Student Recruitment – Waste of Time or Unmissable Opportunity?

Landing contracts with foreign governments to deliver education programmes offers a lucrative opportunity for UK education providers. But any provider that has participated in a tendering process will have quickly realised that securing contracts with foreign governments is time consuming, and decidedly more complex than recruiting students through the standard agency and direct channels. 617 more words

International Student Recruitment

US Federal Government Contract Agencies

The fastest & easiest way to get the perfect Government Contract. Federal Agencies post their plans for government contracts months (and sometimes years) before they use Fed Biz Opps. 18 more words

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Jury Awards Millions to Flaster Greenberg Client in Government Contracting Reverse Race Discrimination Case

In case anyone didn’t already know it, a federal court jury sent the message loud and clear yesterday that equal opportunity and anti-discrimination remain the law in government contracting – and protect white-owned corporations as well as minorities against race discrimination. 435 more words

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Aura Systems and Columbia University Partners With Hales Global Group

Hales Global Group was selected because of being a responsible and sustainable business development firm.Their client base validates they are on the right track. Results! 219 more words

National Government Neglecting Blue-collar Workers

Simple economic logic says in order for a country/economy to flourish, it must sell more goods and services than it purchases from overseas. New Zealand is not exempt from this economic reality, and the continued uncontrolled importation of goods from lower wage economies while ignoring local manufacturing is a form of national economic negligence. 798 more words