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Global Challenge: PriceWaterhouseCoopers (PwC) Singapore - Nadrah Rozman

It was an overwhelming first day to work as I hustled and bustled with the peak hour crowd – most of whom shared the same destination as I did – towards Singapore’s central business district (CBD). 481 more words

Internships & Work Experience

Job: Communications and Administration Coordinator (part-time, maternity cover), Creativity Works, Radstock

Do you have initiative and a creative flair to produce inspiring communications? Enjoy organising the day-to-day running of an office?

An exciting opportunity has arisen to get your teeth into a vital role within our arts organisation on a part-time basis. 315 more words

Jobs / Opportunities

Cat Skinners - Yet another two ways

Keep doing it the same way and bleed or… open your mind to new ways and succeed.

We all have our comfy chair. The one we can’t live without. 697 more words

Change Management

Job Opp.: Manager, Marketing and Communications (TFA Metro Atlanta)

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Requisition: Manager, Marketing and Communications, Metro Atlanta Job Description:

The Role
Teach For America – Metro Atlanta seeks a Manager of Marketing and Communications to help cultivate and execute elements of a regional marketing and communications strategy that supports our programmatic and fundraising goals. 1,075 more words


Another two ways to skin a cat - Dud the builder

There are many variations on the theme, all of which lend themselves to the belief that it doesn’t matter how you go about it, as long as the result is a skinned cat. 850 more words

Business Practice

The Art Of Wasting Time When Communicating Online.

Say what feels right, no matter what the circumstance is. Remember, authenticity rocks. We’ve gotten used to the pause ‘n’ play way of interacting, online. We type, then stop, then backspace, delete and reword ad nauseum. 95 more words

Contra Deals - free support or complicated agreements?

Is there ever a way that both sides can win?

Well, yes, there is.  The basic premise of any transaction is that the one party has something the other person wants…..that doesn’t necessarily always come with a price tag.   593 more words

Audience Development