International Business Women's Group


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Invitation from IBWG Abu Dhabi

Category
Announcement/IBWG Events

Message

Dear IBWG Members & Friends,

IBWG and our wonderful sponsors BrightPoint Women's Hospital, Foyer Decor,  Shell,  Beach Rotana & Tandem Communications warmly invite you and your guests to join us for our annual & festive:

IBWG Christmas Social

With Special Raffle Prize Donations from:

Café de la Paix, Grand Millenium Hotel, Groupon, Katakeet, Lotus Holistic Centre, Mercure Abu Dhabi Centre Hotel, Simply Settled

Dr Rhonda Miller from BrightPoint Women's Hospital will present:

'Tips for the Busy Businesswoman on how to keep Healthy'

Monday, 8th December, 2014

5pm - 7pm

Beach Rotana Hotel

 Socialising, networking, prize give-aways, canapés, drinks, bubbles

There's still time to donate prizes

Promote your company by donating an item for the IBWG Christmas Lucky Draw and we'll happily give your organisation a public thank you and include your organisation's name on follow up invitations and on our website.

To book seats please RSVP the following information for you and your guests to: administrator@ibwgabudhabi.org

Name:

Company:

Contact Number:

Email:

Guests (please include their company & title for name badges):

120 AED (Members) / 170 AED (Non-members)

IBWG Members - remember that your annual membership fee allows you to promote your company on our Members Information & Networking table so bring those leaflets, cards, brochures & flyers!

We look forward to celebrating the festive season with you,

IBWG Administrator

Tel: + 971 (0) 50 3276020



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Sue-Sharyn Ward

Posted Date
01/12/2014

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susharyn@ibwgdubai.com

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Full Moon Desert Drumming

Category
Announcement/IBWG Events

Message
Date: 5th December, 2014

Time: 7:00pm onwards
Place:Gulf Ventures Camp, Al-Awir, Dubai

Price:
For the barbeque dinner and drumming 250 AED (drum rental included)
Kids & Children 6-13 years are 100 AED
5 and Under FREE!

Alchoholic beverages and refreshments not included in price. Water FOC

There will be lots of opportunity to drum, and we'll make sure that when we're not live drumming you are in an atmosphere to chill and have a good time.

Remember the spirits at the camp are just above cost, so between drumming, great company and mother earth's full moon - we'll definitely be in good spirits throughout the evening.

It's an event for everyone, young and old.

Arrival time any time from 7.00 pm - Late, but some people with kids leave after dinner.



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Sue-Sharyn Ward

Posted Date
29/11/2014

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Strategic Finance for Decision Makers

Category
Seminar/Conference/Exhibition/Workshop

Message

Hello Sue,

We would like to extend an invitation to your group as follows:-

Strategic Finance for Decision Makers
“Understanding Finance to Make Critical Strategic & Economic Decisions in Your Organization”
1st & 2nd February – Dubai
By ~Richard Parker~

“Often the case, Top Management come from different backgrounds, bringing with them lots of expertise (Marketing, Finance, Operations, Strategy) and often fail to understand the impact of their decision on the financial outcome of the overall business.” – Richard Parker

The aim of this event is to enhance your ability to make critical strategic decisions that have a great effect over time, based on financial awareness and interpretation of your current company’s financial situation.

**This seminar is specifically designed for managers who may or may not have an accounting or finance background who see their future management role as requiring greater understanding of financial concepts to assist them in making sound management decisions.

By the end of this course, you will learn to:

•    Develop a clear view of how your operational decisions affect financial outcomes in your business.
•    Make better use of financial information and use it to assist you in making better quality management decisions.
•    Have better understanding of the factors that drive profitability and lead to financial success.
•    Understand the critical role of cash flow and know how to manage and forecast cash flow.
•    Understand what financial value is, how to create it and how to measure it.
•    Understanding the difference between value and profit in order to create economic value in your role.
•    Maximizing capital and managing the balance between financial efficiency and stakeholder expectations.

____________________________________________________________

Who should attend?

CEOs, CFOs, VP’s, Directors,
General Managers Business Owners,
Department Head of Finance, HR, Project Manager etc..

Registration format http://kexxel.com/images/eventlist/brochures/sfdm15_db_reg.pdf

 

Warm Regards,
Maryam Khalaf
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Project Manager International Events
Kexxel Group
Tel: +603-2282 1688
Fax: +603-2283 5088

E-mail:maryam.khalaf@kexxel.com



Posted By
Maryam Khalaf

Posted Date
25/11/2014

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maryam.khalaf@kexxel.com

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Are You Looking for Rental Accommodation

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Accommodation Available/Wanted

Message

If you are living in Dubai, and new to the property market then you will find this post helpful in many ways, especially if you are seeking a place for rent. Before anything else, get to know your property dealer; know that all real estate agents in Dubai are trustworthy but still there are a few scammers on various free classified websites who can whisk away your money before you can even say property!

We all have heard stories about how a person got duped by some fake real estate agent and how they lost their money, but it seems that some real estate scammers are pretty hard to identify as they can actually provide you with a title deed (forged), a very stubborn landlord (an excellent actor) and a very realistic property contract.

Now first of all what you need to do whenever you approach any real estate agent is to ask for their Real Estate Regulatory Agency (RERA) card and check with RERA whether the agent is certified or not. RERA lists its certified agents online so you can easily verify. Next you need to know that there is no such thing as a freelance real estate agent. If anyone claiming to be so approaches you, wave them away.

Next thing you need to do is visit the Dubai Land Department with the landlord and have the land department confirm that the landlord is the owner of the property you are considering and it’s not mortgaged. You must know that if the property is mortgaged, you will need bank’s consent to rent it.

You must also make sure that there are no outstanding service charges before you sign the contract. The landlord must give you a written statement from the developer or the owners association showing that they have paid all their dues. With all that straightened out, you must make sure that your lease agreement is registered at the Dubai Land Department through the Ejari.



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Sue-Sharyn Ward

Posted Date
23/11/2014

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susharyn@ibwgdubai.com

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A Message from David Allen

Category
News Item Of Interest or New Service

Message

To-Do lists -Top Tip  

Most people’s written or mental to-do lists, though created and maintained as a worthy exercise, are merely descriptions of unfinished details and projects in their lives, and are not really an effective kick-start in getting them done. It’s because another level of decision-making and tracking is still required, even after we’ve captured the area, situation, or project that has our attention. Typical ingredients of such inventories are things like, “Mom,” “Bank,” “Strategy meeting,” or “Phillip.” Accurately identified stuff that has one’s attention, but still lacking in the necessary ingredients for clear and motivated action to close those open loops.

A very bright, very hardworking professional I worked with had wound up overwhelmed and somewhat frozen about many of her large and rather ambiguous projects. This seems to be the rule more than the exception these days, for most people I coach. The problem was quite simply that every time she would remind herself of the project, she would feel like she had to sit down and do a detailed and intelligent project plan about it, in order to know what to do, to deal with it successfully.

Seldom do we ever have the time, energy, or opportunity to do that kind of thinking (project planning) in the heat of battle of day-to-day life. What we ought to be doing is clearly defining the end result of the item (Project), and deciding the next physical visible action required to move toward it (Next Action). This is the simple but profoundly powerful Action to Outcome method.

What amazed my client was how quickly she could come up with the exactly appropriate (and easy to do) next action about the most ambiguous and sophisticated of projects. If we’re not sure what needs to be done, then there’s more information we need, and that’s invariably a phone call, an email to send, a meeting to set, a conversation to have, or a document to review.

Instead of freaking herself out every time she thought about a project, she now had an easy, obvious, and available thing to do to move forward. She was stoked.

After attending a seminar of mine, a senior manager looked back at the to-do list she had brought in with her, saying “that was an amorphous blob of un-do-ability!” No kidding.



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Sue-Sharyn Ward

Posted Date
12/11/2014

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susharyn@ibwgdubai.com

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Invitation to attend Convention

Category
Seminar/Conference/Exhibition/Workshop

Message
Dear Sue,

My apologies for my direct approach, however I am one of the organisers of the following Convention & Exhibition

'Economic Identity of Business Women in the Arab World'
December 14-16 2014
Intercontinental Dubai Festival City, UAE.


More information can be found attached (brochure/flyer) or by visiting the event website http://identitybrandingforum.net.   Perhaps the organisation or people within your network would be interested in attending the Convention?

I will be more than happy to discuss possibilities and the outline with them via a (skype) call?

Warm regards

Nicole Dominique Le Maire / CEO
/

Human Resources Global Office: 0044(0)2032905119
http://humanresourcesglobal.com



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Sue-Sharyn Ward

Posted Date
26/10/2014

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susharyn@ibwgdubai.com

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He changed the lives of Australian women for the better

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News Item Of Interest or New Service

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Gough Whitlam: "Biology should not be a barrier"

By Claire Moore / Oct 2014

In the past 48 hours tributes, accolades and gratitude have rightly flowed in honour of Gough Whitlam. At the core of this thanks is an opportunity to reflect on his deep commitment to gender equality and to give all Australian women a fair go.  Vale Gough Whitlam. In three short years your legacy changed the lives of Australian women for the better.

Gough Whitlam was the first Prime Minister to make it clear to young women that they could be, and do, anything, proclaiming, 'your biology should not be a barrier'.  He recognised and harnessed the increased participation of women in the workforce, one of the most significant social changes at the time.  Whitlam acted swiftly and decisively to make equal pay a reality by reopening the National Wage and Equal Pay case before the Commonwealth Conciliation and Arbitration Commission. The McMahon Government had opposed the push for equal pay for equal work in the Commonwealth public service but the tide now turned under Whitlam's leadership with the Commission extending the adult minimum wage to include women workers for the first time.

Read the attached for a full account of the improvements he made to the lives of young women in the 1970s.



Attachment
Gough Whitlam.pdf

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Sue-Sharyn Ward

Posted Date
22/10/2014

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susharyn@ibwgdubai.com

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Fostering Entrepreneurship in Agro-Food

Category
Community Services/Important Information

Message

The FAO Sub-Regional Office for the GCC States and Yemen in collaboration with the General Women’s Union is planning to hold a Stakeholders’ Consultation on 30th September at the General Women’s Union premises.

The project “Fostering Women’s Entrepreneurship in theAgro-Food Sector”, implemented by the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations in cooperation with the General Women’s Union introduced interested women to enterprise development in agriculture.

See the attached for further information on the presenting of results of the project and contribution in the sharing of views on follow-up needs for development.



Posted By
Sue-Sharyn Ward

Posted Date
21/09/2014

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susharyn@ibwgdubai.com

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Vacation Homes/Holiday Lets in Dubai

Category
Accommodation Available/Wanted

Message

Dubai Decree 41 of 2013(the Decree) regulates the vacation homes leasing industry in the Emirate of Dubai. The decree dictates that Dubai’s Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing (DTCM) will be responsible for granting licenses to parties who intend to rent out a furnished residential property on a daily, weekly or monthly basis without the issuance of an EJARI regulated tenancy agreement. The objective of the DTCM is to support the continuing growth and development of Dubai as host of the Expo 2020, and to double the Emirate’s hotel supply to accommodate the anticipated 20 million visitors expected by 2020.

See the attached for Law Firm Norton Rose Fulbright's explanation of this Ruling.



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Sue-Sharyn Ward

Posted Date
18/09/2014

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susharyn@ibwgdubai.com

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Six ways to get out of a career rut

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News Item Of Interest or New Service

Message

A job for life is no longer a prescription for success. Today, it's normal to change careers several times throughout your working life.  So what can you do if you want to change your career? What if you're in a career rut and you can't find a way out? What if your lack of career satisfaction is so serious it's beginning to make you feel physically ill?

The good news is you can get out of your career rut. You might need a new, more challenging role or a step up via a promotion. Or, you might require a complete career overhaul.  Lets explore six actions you can take to get out of your career rut.

1. Talk to people who are doing what you'd like to do - Find out how they got into their role. Are these steps that you can take too? Or, do you need to talk to more people to get extra ideas? What are your options? What's the training budget in your role?  Can you attend a course to help you move into a position that you'll find more fulfilling?

2. Find out what you need to do to get a promotion - Ask your manager what steps you need to take to progress.  Who else in your organisation can help? Write down your goal with a time attached. Add the milestones to reach that goal and your weekly actions.

3. Seek the support of a mentor - A mentor can provide you with advice, experience and connections. If you work for a large organisation, there's probably a mentoring program that you can access.  If not, some industry associations offer this service for a fee. For example,the IBWG has a number of members who have provided mentoring services in the past.  If neither option works for you, think about who you admire in your industry and approach them using a referral.

4. Network - Find out what's worked for people in your professional circle – how can you learn from them? Even if you feel despair over your career – keep on networking. You never know who you'll meet that you'll really connect with, the insights you'll gain or how you'll be able to help someone else.

5. Work with a career coach - A coach will provide you with support and encouragement to take action to achieve your goals. A coach can also help you map out a new career path. What sort of coach would you work best with? Are you looking for a holistic approach or do you just want to talk strategy? Would you like a coach that is straight talking or does a softly softly approach suit you? Use your network to find the right coach.

6. Practice gratitude - When nothing seems to be going well in your life, gratitude can turn things around.  If you focus on what you have rather than lack, you start to attract opportunities effortlessly. How do I know that this is true? It happened for me. Soon after I started a gratitude diary so many things lined up. The perfect apartment at the right time, free leather couches for my new apartment, a dream job opportunity and a tenant for my apartment when I decided to go on a last minute trip to Europe.

With gratitude, my attitude changed. It was no longer, 'this doesn't work or this is going wrong' but 'how can I make this work or what can I do about this'?

What actions are you going to take this week to move out of your career rut? If you've got out of a career rut before what steps did you take?

 



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Sue-Sharyn Ward

Posted Date
18/09/2014

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susharyn@ibwgdubai.com

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Arianna Huffington's tips to avoid burnout

Category
Beauty & Health

Message

Sometimes the fast lane is just a fast track to burnout.  That's the message Arianna Huffington is spreading in her latest book Thrive. Last week I listened to Huffington speak at an event organised by women's business group Business Chicks.

Huffington founded The Huffington Post in the United States and in 2011 sold it for $US315 million to AOL.  But the media mogul received a "wake-up call" when she collapsed and was diagnosed with burnout.  Now Huffington is on a mission to stop other entrepreneurs from falling into the same traps she did.

"Why not learn from others painful wake up calls?  Why do you need to have your own moment of burnout and collapse?" she told the Melbourne audience at the Business Chicks event. Attached are Huffington's tips for entrepreneurs to avoid burnout:



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Sue-Sharyn Ward

Posted Date
16/09/2014

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susharyn@ibwgdubai.com

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Digital detoxing won't change your life

Category
Beauty & Health

Message

If you really think you could use a little more separation between your on and offline worlds, don't embark on a digital detox, try sticking to these lifelong habits instead:

Keep technology out of the bedroom -If you need your phone close by in case of an emergency while you sleep, at least vow to never check your emails or social media in the middle of the night.

Leave devices off the table - Don't let a great conversation with your friends or family be interrupted by a potential phone call or your need to scan Facebook. Time available for socialising is precious so be present and enjoy the moment

Put your road safety first - Forget about using your phone and other devices when driving and crossing roads as a pedestrian. Getting to your destination safely is much more important that whatever's happening online.

If you need to converse, take your headphones out -  If communicating with colleagues is part of your job, then don't cut off your availability by leaving the headphones in and listening to music all day.  And when undertaking a transaction with another human being --say buying a coffee -- don't be a jerk by being engrossed in your technology the whole time.

Follow a few simple rules every day and you won't need a digital detox. You can enjoy technology and have your holiday too.



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Sue-Sharyn Ward

Posted Date
16/09/2014

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Email
susharyn@ibwgdubai.com

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Managing Time & Priorities

Category
Community Services/Important Information

Message

We now have mums AND dads who stay at home, mums and dads telecommuting, people juggling toddlers and many managing or mismanaging aged parents.

There are Gen Ys bed-hopping back to their parents, Gen X-ers considering the Baby Boomers as selfish, slow and time wasters – and some 70s-80s returning to the workforce.  Nothing seems predictable or under control.

Societies everywhere are undergoing enormous shifts in attitude, composition and behaviour.  With globalisation of the marketplace, population and demographic shifts, a huge amount of accessible information to sift through every 24 hours, we can only expect this volatility to be reflected in the workplace.  Some people like it this way and are seizing on the opportunities it presents.  Others feel besieged and threatened.  There will inevitably be consequences for people's actions and reactions, so it's in everyone's interests to look at where these trends are heading.

Employment in today's world is chaotic, where almost everything and anything goes, and the old rules don't always apply.  It's a little anarchic infact; no wonder people feel insecure.

How can managers glide in their role without stumbling and crumbling?

By setting up some sensible but flexible rules of thumb that don't impact on company bottom lines, but take into account people's increasingly multi-faceted realities.

For example:

§        Employee wellbeing contributes immeasurably to their output, and by showing you care and demonstrating this belief, you will have workers who are more loyal, contented and collaborative.

§        Forget the notion of a fixed 9-5 (or 8-6 or 7-7) "office day" and instead set KPIs and targets that can be delivered on a timely project by project basis, rather than killing productivity by demanding that you see bottoms on seats at all hours.

§        Consider job-sharing between equally valuable employees with different needs and timetables. Can you manage this equitably so that no resentment builds, by ensuring open lines of communication and thoughtful modes of feedback?

§        Are you willing to reward innovation and solutions to workflow and output dilemmas?  If you're prepared to discuss this honestly and fairly, you may be agreeably surprised at what people will come up with.

What can employees do to manage themselves and their work effectively?

Your life is your own, but those that pay you are within their rights to expect top-notch delivery.  Reassure them that you have this well in hand, and speak up if things are proving difficult.  It's in your interests to work collaboratively, to have good ideas about tricky or complex situations and to broach suggestions with tact and sensitivity.

Take responsibility for your private life – don't assume that others will always pick up the tab.  In situations where you make the decision to have children, discuss how work and home life can be feasibly managed, particularly if you have to work (in today's economy, many people do not have a choice).



Posted By
Sue-Sharyn Ward

Posted Date
25/08/2014

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susharyn@ibwgdubai.com

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The Importance of Work

Category
Community Services/Important Information

Message

If work is so important in people’s lives, why do we put so much effort into demonising it?  It is our work that gives us the sense of connection to others, even if we do not know individuals at all, but we do know and frequently admired their work.

While romantics will bang on ad nauseam about love being the glue that holds us together, they forget that it is work that connects us with others. And when that work is done with love, done with devotion to precision, execution and consideration, work becomes a profound offering of respect and acknowledgement of others.  Work connects us powerfully with others and society.

Work is also the most potent way for the majority of us to meet our financial obligations.  We can become so obsessed with the narratives of envy regarding the rich and famous that while money may buy one a fancier car, or a bigger house, it also buys a bigger class of financial headache. We may stress about making the minimum payments, but when those minimum credit payments amount to millions, a bigger pay check can just mean bigger financial headaches.

Work is generally the only place we get the opportunity to express our talents, to stretch, challenge, add to them and practice them.  It is a potent way of exploring our capabilities, seeing just how good we can be. Through that process we learn more about ourselves and the world, and can feel better about ourselves. We can gain tremendous satisfaction from a job well done, a challenge overcome, and a sense of community having worked and co-operated with a team to achieve an outcome. It makes us feel a part of something. It helps us meet fundamental psychological needs of connection, courage and co-operation, and supports a sense of identity and community.

Yet despite this, we continue to see work as toxic, something to be avoided, a means to an end and no more. How have we arrived at a position where we can uncritically assume it is better for an injured worker to sit on a sofa watching daytime TV, and telling them they are not fit to work?

How can we condone encouraging people to believe they have no more to offer, and disconnecting them from potent sources of social support and reward?  We need to focus on what we are capable of doing, not what we cannot do.



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Sue-Sharyn Ward

Posted Date
24/08/2014

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susharyn@ibwgdubai.com

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The Importance Of Defining Your Target Market

Category
News Item Of Interest or New Service

Message

 

Many new business owners resist the idea of defining a target market because they want to be able to “sell to everyone" - See the attached for some important advice on starting out in the market.



Posted By
Sue-Sharyn Ward

Posted Date
08/08/2014

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Email
susharyn@ibwgdubai.com

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Wake Up from your Mobile Email Nightmare!

Category
News Item Of Interest or New Service

Message

Hello Sue-Sharyn Ward

CIO's have a recurring nightmare: their entire organization is in a panic trying to access email on iPhones, iPads, Android and Windows phones and tablets... so many mobile devices!

Sales people are screaming at you to load their emails faster, putting on more pressure; but you are stuck with what you have. They keep trying to summon magic that will push their emails as they come in, or at least tell them if their email failed due to a network outage or mailbox limitations.

Your executives are trying to schedule meetings on the road. How do you explain to them that with native clients, they don’t have the ability to see attendee “free/busy” information on their mobile devices?

Apparently it’s much easier to send files by carrier pigeon than sending them using a mobile device.
You're frantically trying to explain that sending attachments from a file system, or the Cloud, wasn’t even a consideration when you deployed your email system.

This FREE paper explains how Citrix WorxMail can help you wake up from your mobile email nightmare and into a new way of working.



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Sue-Sharyn Ward

Posted Date
24/06/2014

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Email
susharyn@ibwgdubai.com

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BUPA Medical Plan for IBWG Members

Category
Beauty & Health

Message

Over 10 years ago IBWG negotiated an International Medical Insurance Group Plan for Paid Up Members & families with BUPA International. This Plan has gone from strength to strength with a solid core group of members and may even cover your employees, but conditions apply.

 

There are 3 levels of cover available to suit the member & all include full reimbursement of local road ambulance & in-patient treatment costs at a hospital of your choice (including American hospital) & 28 days USA cover for emergency treatment if travelling in the USA.

 

All BUPA International schemes offer worldwide coverage whether on an elective or an emergency basis & BUPA International also offer ‘Guaranteed Renewability’ - no matter how sick you have been or how high your claims BUPA will renew your insurance annually, for life, without directly penalizing you or your family members.

 

For a quotation or more information please contact Sue-Sharyn Ward who is responsible for managing the BUPA Program on email: susharyn@ibwgdubai.com



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Sue-Sharyn Ward

Posted Date
10/03/2013

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971 50 6578445

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susharyn@ibwgdubai.com