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Check Simpleia new website ;)
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Charles Corm

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LOL 1 BILLION TIMES!
Ok. So I was in India following up on an Indian outsourcing company. I had a free afternoon so I rushed to the Taj Mahal (yeah, that's how much of a tourist I am). And there, to my great surprise was a little man being snappe...
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A handful of upcoming projects currently in the oven to be served hot soon ;)
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Dear friends,

I would like to share with you my latest article about #BritishPetroleum’s  (#BP) Iraqi investments. In specific, the article covers BP’s interest for the #Kirkuk #oil field which is located in the area disputed between #Erbil (#KRG) and #Baghdad (#Iraq). In addition to this, attention has been given to the British company’s investment in the giant #Rumaila oil field which is in southern Iraq.
 
In a competitive process companies make bids based on their evaluation of the risks and the rewards of the project on offer and no big company implements any deal without a careful assessment of the pros and the cons involved in the operation. And the Rumaila contract well suits this idea. In fact, it’s a technical service contract (#TSC), but after the auction it underwent a contractual renegotiation which added more value for BP’s consortium.   
I hope you like it.

Best regards,
Alessandro  

http://alessandrobaccimiddleeast.blogspot.com/2013/10/bp-continues-investing-in-iraq-with.html
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Wamda
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What are some startup ideas from the region that seem crazy, but could actually work?
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how about cloud based supercomputing? ...and IT IS working ^_^
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Do you have different social media strategies for Google+ and Facebook?
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Charles Corm

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Wow! That guy really knows how to have... cheap fun!
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31 Business Lessons You Usually Learn The Hard Way
DAN WALDSCHMIDT, EDGY CONVERSATIONS 

1. Sometimes your best effort isn’t good enough to land you the deal.

2. You can’t learn if you aren’t willing to listen.

3. The only way to get other people to care about you is to care about them first.

4. You can’t find opportunities for success if you aren’t looking for them.

5. Just because social media is free doesn’t mean it gets you results.

6. You have to change the conversation before you can close the deal.

7. The difference between success and failure is just a decision to keep trying.

8. If you market like a “person” you have a better chance of getting people to buy.

9. Just because all your competitors are doing it doesn’t mean you should too.

10.You don’t have to build rapport to build trust.  Chit-chat is overrated.

11. Pretending like you never make mistakes doesn’t make it so.

12. Working smarter is a result of hard work; not a replacement for it.

13. Your big moment usually comes before you’re ready for it.

14. “Apologies” and “Thank You’s” are the best way to create a conversation on your terms.

15. You have to give a lot to get a lot.

16. Spend less time networking and handing out business cards. Be amazing.  People will find you.

17. Once you provide the answer people stop listening. Leave clues instead.

18. There is no easy way out for big problems; but there is always a way out.

19.Negativity isn’t reality.  Not for you.  Not for your critics.

20. You don’t need permission to start marketing to a prospect.

21. Being “professional” is key to getting prospects to want to do business with you.

22. Working smart will get you more applause.  Working hard will get more done in the long run.

23. Sometimes bad things happen to good people with great strategies.

24. Just because it hasn’t worked out already doesn’t mean that it won’t ever.

25. Anything that is easy to do isn’t going to lead to success.

26. Ironically, the quickest way to become an experts is to defy industry experts.

27. The number of people who believe in you doesn’t correlate to your chances of success.

28. Being the smartest person in the room doesn’t necessarily make you rich or wise.

29. You don’t have to be “up for the job” to finish the job.

30. If you haven’t failed a lot, you probably aren’t going to win a lot.

31. Experience is what you get just after you need it.
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Charles Corm

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Food for thought...
Everywhere you go in the Middle East you hear the buzz of entrepreneurship.... You feel the pulse of the generation of doers. They are the voice of the future but they are not being heard or respected! I have visited 10 count...
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You think a store in Egypt would let us observe there customers behavior, take pictures or make interviews? http://youtu.be/M66ZU2PCIcM @ideo#UX
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Dear all, One of the programs of +World E-Business Initiative is the "internship program" that matches young Arabs 
who passionate to Internet, IT and ICT with the Internet startups to provide them by internship opportunities.

Check all the available opportunities here: http://bit.ly/WEBI-Internships 

If you have E-Business and need Interns for your venture, kindly send me an email at: basem.mosallam@worldebusiness.org
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Have you booked your tickets yet? One month to go before you discover Mix N' Mentor Beirut's new format!
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My latest slides about minimalism in interaction design, have fun :) and give me feedback... Featured on SlideShare homepage today :)
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