Title: Owner, Broker
Company: U.S. Prime Realty
Location: Naples, FL United States
Inspired from the moment she started the process of buying her first house, … 219 more words
Experience: 1 to 3 Year
Designation: Jr/Sr Business Development Executive
Salary: 45,000 PM (Depending upon experience, background and skills)
Role and Responsibilities:
1 ) Having experience in International Marketing and Sales in IT industry (Web, SEO, Graphics & Mobile) 132 more words
So you have a great marketing plan in place. It is catchy, thoughtful, and helping customers flock to your business. It is so good, in fact, that you are thinking about entering the international playground. 567 more words
The contract includes gaining work experience and exposure to CompTIA’s International Marketing Department.
I continue to document and add to my rather lengthy inventory the many ways in which educational consulting companies cheat their clients and partners. This began with an article I wrote in 12/14 for… 313 more words
At the risk of being repetitive, I am once again reblogging Dr. Mark Ashwill's recent post on his blog "An International Educator in Vietnam." In his post, he discusses the shady practices of fair organizers in various markets. He specifically mentions the practice of busing in large numbers of students to make a fair look successful. This struck a cord for me because, as an experienced recruiter, I really hate this practice! While some schools will take the time to select students who have an interest and who are on track for pursuing their studies in the USA, unfortunately, they are very few. The vast majority of times that we see these students en masse in a fair, it is because they just wanted to get out of class for a few hours for this "field trip." It is such a waste of time and resources--and it's a waste of my voice, as well, as I become hoarse from talking so much with people that are not really interested in my program. Fair organizers, take note and PLEASE stop this practice!