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At 4:21pm on May 12, 2008, Nilesh Roy said…
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At 4:24pm on February 25, 2008, Seema Gupta said…
Hi Bernadette,
Is there an email id I can contact you at?

Seema
At 9:22am on February 14, 2008, Donald L. "Skip" Conover said…
How can we collaborate?

We have an unlimited opportunity to place professionals of all types in ex-patriot assignments in Saudi Arabia. As you may know, there are about 6 million ex-patriots running the country at the operational level, and they “need everything.” They have Midas’s problem, which is they must invest about US$1 billion every week between now and 2020. This represents a monumental opportunity for people “in the know” to put aside a “nest egg” and gain experience at a higher level than one can achieve with similar qualifications and experience in the USA, Europe or Japan.

Best regards, Skip Conover
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You can link to me on LinkedIn using dlconover@msn.com
At 6:49am on February 5, 2008, Ken Rochon said…
Bernadette,

I am just joining this site. Nice to be on a site with so many dynamic people.

I was curious if you are also on linked in? Here is my profile for you to check out - http://www.linkedin.com/profile?viewProfile=&key=2536216

I would gladly accept an invitation from you.

Live with passion!

Ken
At 5:18pm on February 4, 2008, Dennis Smith said…
A big welcome to another Texas Recruiter!

All best,

Dennis Smith
Director, Talent Strategy
WorldLink, Inc.
Editor, WirelessJobs.com

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