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30 Mar 2020
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Software development outsourcing can help you find the right talent and minimize your workforce problems. If your country has a limited talent pool, outsourcing gives you access to a larger talent pool available around the world.
19 Feb 2021
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25 Jan 2011
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That was a very smart move on the girl's part. The head flailing around on the ride can easily cause grave injuries. On top of that, she managed to enjoy the ride as well! Kudos to her!
19 Mar 2021
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Does'nt Mean Anything (Reggae Remix) - Alicia Keys. Irie Love reggae version soon available on iTunes. www.smartmoverecords****
19 Feb 2010
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No Tuberculosis On This Trip: Travel and Fly Safe-Travel Video Alert No one wants to catch Tuberculosis, while on a plane or catch Tuberculosis anywhere for that matter. No one wants to get food poisoning when traveling or get Malaria or any kind of sickness or catch any kind of germs when traveling. Travel is however complicated and travel can be hazardous to your health. Bad water. Bad food. Traveling next to some one with a cold or cough. Travel is risky, but travel can be healthy. It is possible to travel and stay in good health. While catching Tuberculosis is not likely, other diseases lurk from food allergies to any kind of allergies. We say to travel well is to travel in good health. We say wash your hands frequently and avoid uncooked vegetables. Do not drive in a country where the language and the roads are unfamiliar. We believe in buying Travel Insurance big time. Travel Insurance, buying an inexpensive Travel Insurance policy, is a smart move, but do not buy it from a travel agent. Buy Travel Insurance from a third party and be sure the Travel Insurance policy has an evacuation clause, a promise to get you home if you are seriously sick or take you to the nearest best hospital. Travel, but travel safely. Use bottled water and be sure you see the waiter break the seal on the bottle. Sex? Never have unprotected sex. Ever. Travel safely but do not be paranoid.
18 Jun 2007
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Verizon wireless made a very smart move today.
28 Nov 2007
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The National Association of School Nurses (NASN) announced today "Smart Moves, Smart Choices," a program that responds to the growing rate of prescription drug abuse among middle and high school students nationwide. NASN has teamed up with PriCara®, Division of Ortho-McNeil-Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Inc. on the program, which features a news series and Web-based resources targeted to school nurses, teachers and parents. "Smart Moves, Smart Choices" educates teens about the serious risks of abusing prescription medicines, such as those used legitimately to treat pain. "As the onsite healthcare professionals in schools, school nurses are preparing themselves with the right tools to help with the prevention of prescription drug abuse," said Sandra Delack, RN, MEd, NCSN, NASN President-Elect. "This program will provide schools and parents with facts in a news-style format to motivate young people to make informed choices that lead to healthy behaviors." To view Multimedia News Release, go to *******www.prnewswire****/mnr/orthomcneil/32722/
2 Jun 2009
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Business methods can be vastly different in foreign countries. If you don't look ahead or anticipate the issues that may arise, then serious problems can and will occur. The good news is that many of these issues can often be identified before they even arise, saving you from potentially disastrous investments. Anticipating issues early is the smart move. find out what to look our for from Stephen Philips, Chief Executive, China-Britain Business Council, Ian Coleman, Partner, Head of emerging markets, PricewaterhouseCoopers UK, Chris Runckel President, Runckel and Associates, and Tony Dickel, CEO, MRI China. Stay tuned for this upcoming show, and you’ll find out what they say about being prepared and how that helps to establish the relationships that will bring success in the long term. See the full length show soon at *******www.yourbusinesschannel****
7 Jun 2008
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Once the screaming stopped I bet they didn't think it was such a smart move. "Hey dude, what's wrong?" "UGHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHAAAAAAAAAA AA" "Michal whats wrong?" "AAAAAAAAHHHHHHGHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH HHHH"
23 Jul 2008
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In this business tv show, the experts tell why anticipating issues early is the smart move. find out what to look out for from Stephen Philips, Chief Executive, China-Britain Business Council, Ian Coleman, Partner, Head of emerging markets, PricewaterhouseCoopers UK, Chris Runckel, President, Runckel and Associates, Chee Weng Lee, Tax Partner, Deloitte, and Tony Dickel, CEO, MRI China. Stephen Philips: China offers huge opportunity but it remains one of the most challenging places to do business in the world. Chris Runckel: I think on the surface things can often look very similar but when you although get into the actual agreement and how things really work in practice instead of theory I think you really find that business is still quite different in many respects. Tony Dickel: In China, particularly in the mainland contracts are less important than relationships so it’s a Guanxi basis idea. Guanxi means connections in Chinese and the culture is really driven by connections and the culture really kind of… the moral code that exists between someone’s extended connections replaces the contractual code that tends to govern what goes on in the West. Chris Runckel: Dealing with Chinese is very different than dealing with Vietnamese or dealing with Thai’s or Koreans, Malaysians, each one of them has differences. Also in many of these countries you’re dealing with not only say in the case of Thailand you’re dealing with Thai’s but so much of the business was originally started and has been monopolised to some extent by Chinese Thai’s so you’re dealing with a sub set really of the larger population and you have to keep that in mind when you’re dealing with them. Chee Weng Lee: Think globally but you should act locally and the reason I say that is as a foreign investor coming in and you are new to the culture, when you ask one of your employees or your joint venture partners, in the way you talk with them, in the way you interact with them, you have to sometimes be careful with the choice of words you use, whether you are dressed properly. You wouldn’t want to see a joint venture partner on the first day wearing a black tie, because black to the Chinese is not a good colour. Maybe to a different culture black is a good colour. So even from the tact perspective, because china is so big, and even though china has one law, the practices in different regions may be different, so you really have to talk to your advisors, talk to your people ion the ground, and get to learn from their experiences before you really act on something. Ian Coleman: I do think that we will see some fairly spectacular failures as well as successes because we are still in relatively early days in regards to the journey of exploration that many western companies are experiencing as they look at these emerging markets. It seems inconceivable to me that that will go completely smoothly. See more business news television shows featuring these experts, as they give their top expert business advice at *******www.yourbusinesschannel**** Find out more about the very latest show releases, as well as other yourBusinessChannel news by visiting our blog at *******www.yourbusinesschannel****/blog.aspx
14 Aug 2008
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You need to get to Paris. You have to decide the smart move to make. Go to *******www.artofsmartchallenge******/ to take the challenge - if you succeed then you have chance to win
5 Jan 2009
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