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Are you thirsting for
CAREER ADVANCEMENT OPPORTUNITIES
With a team that...
• Wants to achieve results, never before achieved in the Caribbean
Are committed to dedicating their lives to achieving a first world level of service with T&T
Are willing to take risks, be able to recognize opportunities to improve (as a person and as a
company) and not being ashamed of admitting them, have the courage to keep learning and
Are open to being unorthodox in an ever changing environment
Are highly passionate for success
Possesses a high level of entrepreneurial spirit
Blue Waters has the opportunity!
With the goal of becoming the COMMERCIAL DIRECTOR
We are one of the fastest growing companies in the beverage industry with regional footprint in
Barbados, St Lucia, and St Maarten and distribution in Antigua, Jamaica, Grenada, Dominica, Aruba,
Guyana and St Kitts. We have a portfolio with strong customer connections -- Blue Waters, Aqua Pur,
Blue Waters Fruit Splash, Monster Energy, Chivas and Malibu Rum.
Minimum of 10 years' experience in Sales & Distribution
Must possess strong analytical skills with good strategic thinking
Strong and trusted trade relationships
Strong Leadership, Communication and negotiation skills
A Degree in Business from a reputable University is not necessary, it's the right attitude and
a positive historical track record that we are interested in!
Remuneration package will be based on measured performance and value creation
Please send resume to:
?Deadline for Submission: May 15th 2013
Alex Ferguson s Manchester United
reign has been marked by colorful out-
bursts and putdowns. A selection of
some of his most memorable quotes:
--- "My greatest challenge is not
what s happening at the moment, my
greatest challenge was knocking Liv-
erpool right off their (expletive) perch.
And you can print that." --- looking back
on when he was hired by United in
Liverpool won the last of its 18 English
titles in 1990. Ferguson s United won
13 between 1993 and 2013 to take the
team s total to a record 20.
--- "There has been a lot of expec-
tation on Manchester City and with the
spending they have done, they have to
win something. Sometimes you have a
noisy neighbor and have to live with it.
You can t do anything about them." ---
on Man City emerging as United s rival
in 2008 following the takeover by Abu
Dhabi s Sheikh Mansour.
City won the Premier League in 2012
but United regained the trophy last
--- "They say he s an intelligent man,
right? Speaks five languages. I ve got a
15-year-old boy from the Ivory Coast
who speaks five languages!" --- on Arse-
nal manager Arsene Wenger, whose side
won the Premier League three times
during Ferguson s time at United.
--- "When an Italian tells me it s pasta
on the plate, I check under the sauce
to make sure. They are the inventors of
the smoke screen." --- on the mind
games employed by Italian teams.
--- "Do you think I would get into a
contract with that mob? Jesus Christ,
no chance. I wouldn t sell them a virus."
--- on Real Madrid s hopes of signing
Cristiano Ronaldo before the Spanish
side succeeded in 2009.
--- "Football, bloody hell." --- after the
Champions League final in 1999 when
United scored twice in the closing min-
utes to beat Bayern Munich 2-1.
--- "It was a freakish incident. If I
tried it 100 or a million times it couldn t
happen again. If I could I would have
carried on playing!" --- on the 2003
incident in which United midfielder
David Beckham was struck accidentally
on the head by a flying boot kicked by
--- "It would help if his greetings were
accompanied by a decent glass of wine.
What he gave me was paint-stripper."
--- on post-match drinks with Jose
Mourinho, who won the Premier League
twice as Chelsea manager:
--- "I think he is very concerned about
his CV. He refers to it quite a lot." ---
on Rafael Benitez, whose stints in charge
of Liverpool and Chelsea have been
marked by spats with Ferguson.
--- "The press have had a field day.
The only person they have not spoken
to is Barack Obama because he is busy."
--- on media coverage of his argument
with Newcastle manager Alan Pardew
Fergie's famous quotes
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