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  1. Starting a Restaurant In South Korea

    Hi:I'm interested in starting a small business in Seoul, South Korea that would sell one signature food item ~ one that the South Koreans will go crazy for. I'm interested in getting information regarding start up costs, how to obtain a business license, as I am an American citizen, how to rent a small restaurant space and whether or not it would be more beneficial to go in with a Korean busi

    Total Posts: 3 Last post by dianaeddie

  2. Starting a new Trading Business in Africa

    Dear Sir / Ma'amI am looking to start a new trading business .Like most start ups my I have low caputal, however I am looking for opportunities with African countries that are high growth and start business relation and trading set up fo with these countries. Could you advise the way I can go about doing this and which countries and persons I could target / approach. Thanks!

    Total Posts: 2 Last post by innompila

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Neil Butcher (FCIPD)

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Neil has spent over thirty years working within HR at senior and Director level.

His experience, both nationally and internationally, has covered a wide range of industries including Healthcare, Water, Hotels, Public Transportation and Waste Management.

During this time Neil successfully managed the HR element of the merger between two of the largest waste management Companies in the UK , involving over 10,000 employees.

He has also been responsible for the succession planning for a global organisation working across over 20 countries. Neil has an MA in HR Management and has been a Fellow of the CIPD since 2006.

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