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This workshop will include the following content:
• The competitive environment,
• Aligning Social Media Strategy with Business Strategy,
• Engaging the business model,
• Creating your value proposition,
• Building your brand via social media,
• Customer decision journey,
• Consumer engagement techniques,
• The role of social media in your organization & lots more
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This workshop can benefit a wide range of professionals
like Marketing Professionals, Brand Managers, Business
Owners and anyone interested in creating a competitive
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SAM North Campus
Saturday 6th & Sunday 7th September 2014
9:00am - 3:30pm
1-3 McCarthy Street, St. Augustine.
(868) 662-7811, 663-6681 fax: 645-5613
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Saturday 13th & Sunday 14th September 2014
9:00am - 3:30pm
#17-25 Blanche Fraser Street,San Fernando
(868) 653-1064 fax: (868) 653-5937
The cost of this workshop is TT$2,500. and includes all
training material, certificate of participation and meals. 10%
discount will be given to current students and alumni who
wish to do this programme. 10% Discount to all current &
past SAM students.
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DEVELOPING THE SOCIAL MEDIA STRATEGY WORKSHOP
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QUITO---Rescue workers have recovered the body
of a man killed in a landslide and a hospitalised
man has also died, raising to four the death toll in
a shallow 5.1-magnitude earthquake in Ecuador s
Authorities say another three people are missing
in a landslide just north of Quito.
Three people were killed in two separate slides.
The man, whose death in the hospital was announced
by the interior minister, was struck by loosened earth
while working on bridge-building project.
The fourth person killed in Tuesday s quake was
a child crushed by bags of falling rice in Quito.
Damage was not widespread but slides blocked
several highways and more than 30 aftershocks were
felt. The quake was centered 14 miles northeast of
NEW YORK---Some 140 American victims of two
dozen terror attacks in Israel, Gaza and the West
Bank during a Palestinian uprising from 2001 to
2004 want the Jordon-based Arab Bank to pay a
price as well.
A civil trial that s set to begin today in federal court
in Brooklyn will see the victims try to convince a
jury that the bank helped Hamas finance a "death
and dismemberment benefit plan" for martyrs---a
claim that survived numerous legal challenges before
being allowed to go forward amid a backdrop of the
current Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Lawyers for the plaintiffs call it the first terrorism
financing case to go to trial in the United States and
say it could result in the bank paying unspecified
Arab Bank, which has hundreds of branches around
the world, including in New York and in the Palestinian
territories, has denied it knew it was doing business
with terrorists when it processed electronic trans-
"Arab Bank has great sympathy for all victims of
terrorism but is not liable for the tragic acts described
by plaintiffs," it said in a statement.
A lawsuit filed in 2004 accused the bank of violating
the US Anti-Terrorism Act, which allows victims of
US-designated foreign terrorist organisations to seek
compensation. The US State Department designated
Hamas a terrorist group in 1997.
The suit accuses Arab Bank of setting up accounts
to channel funds from an organisation run by the
Saudi government, the Saudi Committee for Sup-
porting Al Quds Intifada, to at least two militant
groups, Hamas and Palestinian Islamic Jihad. It also
alleges that bank officials were aware that the funds
were for an insurance programme that provided a
standard benefit worth more than $5,000 to the fam-
ilies of Palestinians who were killed in attacks on
Israel, including suicide bombers. (AP)
as earth and
dust spill onto
result of an
US victims of Hamas
terror go after bank
at a bridge
n site in
Four killed in
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