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Turn Your Contacts into Contracts By Nouf Alkhaja

Finding regular clients and keeping them happy at all times is the main goal of marketing. But how do you build a solid reliable contacts database? Do you actually have a proper system in place to follow-up with and manage your contacts or do you…

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5 MISTAKES THAT EVEN EXPERIENCED LEADERS MAKE WHEN EMPLOYING SHORT TERM STAFF By Law Hound

Many businesses find themselves in a position of needing short-term or temporary staff, for example, to cover an unexpected event like illness or maternity cover or when your business needs help fulfilling a large and/or unexpected order. As a result, short-term hiring is often a…

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The History of Tea

Written by Diana Mather, Senior Tutor at the English Manner, the UK’s leading etiquette, protocol and household management consultancy (www.theenglishmanner.com). The Indians claimed tea originated in India and were transplanted to Sichuan Province in 6the century BC, but the Chinese records go back to Emperor…

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Two Nations Divided by a Common Language
By Nouf Alkhaja

Two Nations Divided by a Common Language By Nouf Alkhaja As the old saying above indicates, this is how many British people perceive Americans in terms of the English language varieties that can be found between them. Although many varieties of English exist, British English…

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Networking Your Way to Business Executives and Clients
By Nouf Alkhaja

Networking Your Way to Business Executives and Clients By Nouf Alkhaja At some point in time, you will be asked to attend a gathering of some form. Such gatherings promote strong ongoing professional business and personal relationships. You need to be able to demonstrate professional…

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Easy Ways to Improve your Legal English
by Chris Mitchell of Legal English Language Training

Easy Ways to Improve your Legal English by Chris Mitchell of Legal English Language Training If you work as a lawyer within a law firm that has international aspirations, your English should already be at a decent level. However, our tutors have found that while…

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What is TOLES and Why do I Need it?
By Nouf Alkhaja

What is TOLES and Why do I Need it? TOLES is an international legal English certification in the market. To understand its value and relevance, here are some frequently asked questions that TOLES providers may often receive. Q: What does TOLES stand for? A: TOLES…

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What is Business English?
By David Rig of SMART COACHING & TRAINING

What is Business English? Where does it come from? What’s it for? What makes it different from non-business English?   Ways of communicating both verbal and written have developed over centuries, but the protocols have never changed faster than now. We must be adequately equipped with…

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WHAT TO DO WHEN YOUR STAFF RESIST TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGES
By Law Hound

WHAT TO DO WHEN YOUR STAFF RESIST TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGES – 5 TOP TIPS FROM LAW HOUND There is no doubt that, over the last 20 years, most of us have embraced technology both at home and in business and have become increasingly reliant on it….

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WHY NDAs MATTER EVEN IN SMALL BUSINESSES
By Law Hound

WHY NDAs MATTER EVEN IN SMALL BUSINESSES LAW HOUND What is an NDA and how is it used? NDAs or Non-Disclosure Agreements (also referred to by other names such as Confidentiality Agreements, and Confidentiality Disclosure Agreements) are legal documents which two or more people/organisations (known…

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