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Trade Pioneers Employment Meetings in Tainan Dec. 10th

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Trade Pioneers Employment Meetings in Tainan Dec. 10th

Postby Okami » 01 Dec 2009, 16:34

One of my friends passed this on to me to pass on to you. She said the Taipei one turned out nicely.

Did you miss the employment opportunity during the Emerging Markets Trade Pioneers Meetings on Nov. 3rd in Taipei? Well, here’s the chance for you to get another crack at the job you wanted.

If you are familiar with your home country’s market, can speak English/Chinese, and have basic knowledge of Taiwan, then come and meet some of Taiwan’s most dynamic export-oriented enterprises for a possible career in international business.

This may be your chance to find the right employer. We welcome all qualified job seekers to seize this special career opportunity. College senior students and post-graduate senior students from the following countries are encouraged to apply: Russia, Brazil, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Poland, Iran, Argentina, Hungary, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Ukraine, and Kazakhstan.

This program is administered by the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA), the foremost nonprofit trade promotion organization in Taiwan, and the Office of International Affairs of National Cheng Kung University, and is supported by the Bureau of Foreign Trade and the Ministry of Education. The Emerging Markets Trade Pioneers Meetings is designed to assist Taiwanese companies in recruiting foreign sales representatives for their business undertakings in different overseas markets.

Event: Trade Pioneers Employment Meetings ---Tainan Session (free entrance)
Date: Dec. 10th, 2009
Venue: Zenda Suites, 3F, No. 2, Dasyue Rd., East District, Tainan City 701,Taiwan (台南市東區大學路2號3樓成大會館/Tel : 886-6-275-8999)

Please send your curriculum vitae (including details of the country you are applying for) to before Dec. 3rd , 2009. Your C.V. will be forwarded to companies participating in this program and you will be informed about your registration prior to the event.

We wish you all the luck and hope to see you on Dec. 10.

For inquiry and further information, please contact:
Brígida Cheng (ext. 1556) or Mr. Lee (ext. 1570) - Tel: 886-2-2725-5200
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