To assist in its duties, the PSD of the EDF group wants to bring outside
expertise come support him and expertise in telecom / innovative technologies on the evolution of the telecoms network.
Our new store is strategically designed with tourists in mind and to bring outside
dollars into Buffalo Niagara.
Wilf Hass, the town's economic development and tourism director, finds there are no magical fixes to bring outside
Encourage employees to bring outside
interests to work.
More importantly, they give objective advice to the board on the company's performance and guidance on the principles of corporate legislation and bring outside
experience relating to contacts with key stakeholders such as financial sources, customers and suppliers.
Finally, they give objective advice to the board on the company's performance and guidance on the principles of corporate legislation and, most importantly, bring outside
experience relating to the financing and conduct of companies and contacts with key stakeholders such as financial sources, customers and suppliers.
Our netting usually hides behind the scenes of hundreds of industrial and consumer products so it is relatively difficult for our customers and prospects to recognize what other functionalities plastic netting may bring outside
of their existing application.
Hitchiner is a major New Hampshire employer, and Morison was careful to include a variety of people on its board to bring outside
perspectives to the oversight of the company.
One hundred years ago, some lenders in the Midwest saw they needed to bring outside
capital to those in the heartland eager to buy land of their own.
Reform would bring outside
experts in areas such as health, agriculture, business and economics into parliament to draft and scrutinise legislation.
Chairman Bill Kenwright (left) has been striving to bring outside
investment into the club he has supported all his life.
It's ridiculous, we have to bring outside
witnesses to the court who can say that we were on the boat.