KNOMAD is a brain trust
for the global migration community.
The independence-leaning think tank Taiwan Brain Trust
(TBT) released a poll on the day Lai made the announcement of his presidential bid, in which 50.9 percent of voters said they would vote for William Lai.
Swedish mentor Sven Goran Eriksson, who coached the likes of English legends David Beckham, Steven Gerrard and Frank Lampard in the 2006 World Cup, will headline the Azkals' brain trust
as they tackle their biggest challenges in the next two months.
But when Cartoon Network saw the results of every episode, they gave creator Pendleton Ward and his brain trust
more freedom with the characters.
The ExCo provides overall guidance for the BCCK's operations and strategic planning activities, while also acting as a brain trust
for the chamber.
While giving a thematic lecture on ways to build partnership with Pakistan Psychiatric Society, President Pakistan India Bangladesh chapter Brain Trust
Prof Ahmed Ali Khan called for building partnerships, promoting and improving mental health of people, understanding religious and cultural beliefs, appointing cultural advisers.
This growing network of business owners is creating the most innovative brain trust
of human physiology experts.
It enabled us to maintain both our brain trust
and culture, which will be a valuable component to future success."
"You need to see this kind of object in person--really see the details, feel the materials," says Nicolas Hervet, half of the brain trust
behind Hervet Manufacturier, of the new-wave furniture pieces on display inside the brand's first showroom, With his cousin Cedric, the partners envisioned the Rue Volney storefront in Paris's Second Arrondissement to be a study in palpable juxtaposition.
Chron said that the acquisition will allow it to accelerate its plans to enter the industry, bringing proper licensing, infrastructure and brain trust
into Chron immediately.
Ahmed Ali Khan, president, Brain Trust
, Pakistan Chapter, Niaz Ahmed Siddiki, former IG, Sindh Police, and Ameena Saiyid, managing director, Oxford University Press Pakistan, also spoke on the occasion.