Have invited friends to participate in this seminar. More Power to ReloNavigator.
More Power to Juntee Terrenal and his organization.
By: Jalenn Turre, Marketing, Business & Social Media Strategist
The Connections Group of business owners and their representatives; based in Bellingham, WA met on May 1, 2014 for their regular weekly meeting. Juntee Terrenal, the Founder & Principal of ReloNavigator offered his insights about the “Relevance of a Good Client – What makes sense!, Results to Strategic Success”
As an industry experienced professional, Juntee shared his perspectives that a good client must have the ability to pay the price of expected output with quality and efficiency. Additionally, a great client is someone that will appreciate your value to their organization. It is a fact, that when clients like effective, strategically positioned results with R.O.I. (Return On Investments), there is a value that equates to certain level of results.
At ReloNavigator, our clients understand the value of our services because at the very outset of relationship, they understand the scope, strategies…
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New set of Seminar where learning of great information is available for June 4, 2014. Don’t Miss it.
Updates: This seminar has been closed and full!
An opportunity that comes across the US Border, a seminar of its kind that never happened before. It’s time to experience better and strategic focused leadership and management strategies that help every business owners and employers navigate their challenges that relate to cross-border business, hiring of people and making sure that they are on top of effectiveness.
ROI will be a great reward when results will come into play after learning important techniques that solve issues.
TN – NAFTA Professionals have opportunities in the United States however, they need to understand what are their benefits before applying .. as this is only a short term employment visa that is renewable annually , however indefinitely. Provided no crimes were committed that will jeopardize the employment authorization in the USA.
OTTAWA — When Prime Minister Stephen Harper lands in Mexico next week, he will likely smile broadly and appear chummy as he meets with his North American counterparts: U.S. President Barack Obama and Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto.
But relations between Canada and two of its key trading partners are more complicated than the handshake photographs will show. There is the ongoing saga of the Keystone XL pipeline project that has frustrated Harper, and an ongoing visa dispute with Mexico that has angered the Mexican government.
Those issues, alongside trade negotiations with other countries, will all be raised at the so-called Three Amigos summit that officially takes place Wednesday in Toluca, Mexico, Pena Nieto’s hometown. Before the summit, Harper will spend two days in Mexico City on an official visit, meeting with members of Pena Nieto’s cabinet.
Going into the trip, there was general expectation that Harper would take the…
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Technically savvy professionals are somehow great hires by technology focused organizations in the United States and other countries, regardless of industry. Great Article.
Great opportunities to all parties!