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Camana Bay Town Centre Hosts Slow Food Day

Posted on Jul 25, 2018

The Seventh Annual Slow Food Day in Camana Bay occurred on Saturday, April 14th in Camana Bay. This annual event features daylong events celebrating cuisines from local farmers and chefs. In addition to hosting popular annual events, Camana Bay also offers dining and shopping. This establishment is the result of Kenneth Dart’s vision of creating […]

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How to Become a Private Art Collector in Miami

Posted on Jul 10, 2018

If you are a lover of art, you might want to consider collecting it as a hobby. Miami is a perfect area to start your new art collection and is also can be considered to be quite lucrative job. Becoming an art collector does take time and it’s not something that you can master in […]

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The Caribbean Islands Set Sail for Rebuild

Posted on Feb 21, 2018

Hurricanes cause an extreme amount of damage that costs millions of dollars to rebuild the homes destroyed in the process. Irma and Maria were the two most disastrous hurricanes to ever hit the British Virgin Islands, US Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, Arguilla, Barbudo, St. Barths, and Saint Maarten in September of last year. Many people […]

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It is Wise to Partner with an Executive Search Firm in DC

Posted on Feb 13, 2018

There are more highly regarded executive recruiting firms such as Nels Olson’s Korn Ferry
that could be added to the above list of firms in the DC area. Many executive recruiting firms will have recruiters on staff with years of experience, due in part to the fact that a successful recruiter spends a lot of their time building a relationship with a client. Along with that relationship building, a successful recruiter must also maintain a high level of professionalism and integrity to be considered the best in their field.

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