MAY
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Gi2C Business Event: Gi2C Interns In China to Receive a Lecture by EIBENS Consulting

b2ap3_thumbnail_Pablo-LIAA.jpg Pablo Recio Gracia, Managing Director, EIBENS Beijing Consulting On Thursday, May 28th, Gi2C Group and EIBENS Beijing Consulting will welcome current foreign interns in China to join a business lecture at Gi2C HQ. The Gi2C guest speaker this upcoming Thursday will be Pablo Recio Gracia, an expert in the Food & Beverage industry, with a special focus on consulting for imports, distribution processes and trade barriers.  Pablo's background: A Bachelor in Business from the University of Granada and a Masters in Quality Management and Business Internationalization Pablo has been living and working in China since 2005, and in his career, he has successfully supervised more than 50 interns. His experience includes working for public agencies including ICEX (Spanish Institute for Foreign Trade) and Extenda (Trade Promotion Agency of Andalusia) as well as private companies such as GoldMillenium Group. Currently, he is Managing Director of a new enterprise called EIBENS Beijing Consulting. Pablo will be sharing his professional expertise and personal experiences....
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JUL
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10 Ways to Ruin a Job Interview

Interview MistakesYour cover letter and resume have made a positive impression on a potential employer, and they’ve called you in for an interview. Now, you need to ensure the employer stays impressed with you and your potential in their organization. There’s an old saying first impressions count – and there is no better instance of the truth to this than the impressions made during an interview. A variety of factors are in effect. It may include the way you are dressed, how you communicate, your personality, and a number of other considerations. It takes a lot to develop a positive impression, and conversely requires very little to leave one that does not work in your favor as key decisions are made for the new talent they need to bring on. While first impressions can be wrong (and they often are), the job candidate might not be given a second chance. Better get...
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Keeping it brief

Job InterviewThe art of the interview: Keeping it brief How many times have you heard, “It’s not about quantity, it’s about quality”? When it comes to the job interview, that golden rule also applies.  Ever catch yourself rambling during an interview and thought, “I could have said that better”? Sometimes you’re given a second change; sometimes you’re not. Keeping your answers short and to the point could be the deciding factor in whether you land a job. Below are some suggestions on how to stop your tongue from flapping uncontrollably during an interview. Listen to yourself Have you ever been in the middle of a conversation and found yourself distracted by the number of times a person separates their thoughts with “umm” or “do you know what I mean?” These conversation stunters appear universal, in any language and in any country. Slang or conversation fillers (a.k.a. bad speaking habits) have become habitual...
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