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kia ora welcome to sbg We are glad you are considering NZSBG as your study option. We specialise in providing students with individual support and guidance as they participate in our programmes. Our internationally recognised courses will enhance both your personal life and professional career opportunities. NZSBG has provided face-to-face, online, and blended courses of study to thousands of students since 1987. We are education and training specialists with a reputation for providing high quality programmes that are taught in a way that is innovative and engages students in the learning process. NZSBG is considered as a leading provider of face-to-face and online training courses on foundation-level knowledge, public policy, financial management, economic analysis, and performance management. Our reputation as an innovative and progressive educator nationally and internationally is one we intend to keep and grow throughout the world. NZSBG takes pride in keeping pace with employment and relevant industry developments ensuring that our courses are up to date with current trends. You will benefit from personal guidance to help find work opportunities that relate to your career interests.
NZSBG is registered as a Private Training Establishment with the NZ Qualifications Authority, and is accredited to deliver New Zealandâ€™s most popular business qualifications â€“ the NZ Diploma in Business, the NZIM Diploma in Management (1 year full-time) and the NZIM Diploma in Management
(Advanced) Level 6 (1 year full-time) as well as a wide range of courses for people working in government. Our school provides an educational experience that means you get a valuable and internationally recognised qualification, while becoming fluent in the language and values of a modern market economy. Grant Hodgson Principal
right place, right time Some of the benefits of studying with NZSBG are: • a safe and secure learning environment, with individual attention, support and pastoral care • assistance to find part-time jobs while you’re studying and once you’ve successfully completed the diploma and additional help to find full-time employment • extra help with career planning, job approach skills, CV preparation, and interview skills • the ability to arrange your on campus hours around your part-time work commitments.
have a choice of campus>>
Bay of Plenty
As New Zealand’s largest city with a population of over 1.4 million residents, Auckland is the preferred study destination for over 20,000 international students. Auckland is the centre of commerce and is a vibrant and bustling city made up of a mixture of cultures and nationalities from all over the world. Known as the ‘City of Sails’, Auckland is surrounded by harbours, bays, beaches and islands. Auckland is situated near the top of the North Island and is the perfect location for exploring surrounding New Zealand destinations like Rotorua, the Bay of Islands and the Coromandel. The SBG Auckland Campus is located in the heart of Auckland City.
The capital city of New Zealand, with over 400,000 residents, Wellington is a unique city and a popular study destination for international students. Located at the bottom of the North Island, Wellington is a compact city with excellent public transport that. Wellington is also the home to the New Zealand Parliament and most embassies and high commissions. Wellington is known as the political and creative capital of New Zealand and is also renowned for arts, sports and culture. A city full of festivity with numerous museums, restaurants, cafes and theatres to explore. From Wellington’s harbour you can cross the Cook Strait to visit the South Island. The SBG Wellington Campus is located in the Wellington CBD.
Located on the east coast of the South Island, Christchurch is a city of contrasts. It is a place where its residents continue to enjoy a healthy, active lifestyle amidst a natural environment worldrenowned for its beauty. A growing cosmopolitan ambience also adds a touch of excitment without over flashiness. There is nowhere else in the world where within two hours of an international airport you can ski at a world class alpine resort, play golf, bungy jump, go rafting, mountain biking, hot-air ballooning, wind surfing, whale watching and visit world class wineries and gardens. The city centre is comfortably compact and most delightful central feature is the gently winding Avon River.
Katikati Campus The Bay of Plenty on the east coast of New Zealand’s North Island is the perfect place to work and holiday with its beautiful harbours, long white surf beaches, friendly people and an easy going lifestyle. With a population of 150,000, the Bay of Plenty is a fast growing and exciting region to work and live in. With high growth opportunities in fishing, forestry, horticulture and agriculture. Katikati is a very pleasant rural community located North West of Tauranga. It has excellent year round employment and management development opportunities based on local horticulture and agriculture industries.
facts about New Zealand lifestyle
New Zealanders are friendly people,
The dollar is the currency in New
keen to explore the world and
Zealand. The rate of exchange with
Life in New Zealand is casual and relaxed.
welcome visitors to experience their
other currencies is variable. The
New Zealand lies in the far southwest of the Pacific
In the main centres it is cosmopolitan
country. Tourism and hospitality are
metric system is used for weights
Ocean, nearly 2,000 kilometres from its nearest
with an emphasis on sport and the arts.
neighbour, Australia. Similar in size to Japan or the
While high-rise apartment living is
increasing in the main cities, single
Monday to Friday. In the weekend,
houses on separate plots of land
shopping hours are 10am-5pm.
are more common.
Restaurants and cafés feature national and international cuisine accompanied by excellent New Zealand wines.
British Isles, New Zealand occupies a land area of
is a parliamentary democracy with government elections every three years, the most recent in 2008. A proportional system of representation is used.
some 270,500 square kilometres. Three quarters of the population lives in the North Island. New Zealand has two official languages, English and
New Zealand is lightly populated with approximately 4.25 million
Maori. English is the main language.
people. 80% are of European ancestry - mostly from Britain, and
Monday to Friday.
other European countries. Many Chinese and Indians have also New Zealand’s landscape is dominated by
Christianity is the main religion but migrants have brought their own faiths and practising groups can be found throughout the country.
mountain ranges and countryside. Cook Strait separates the two main islands of New Zealand, the North Island and the South Island. Both islands
lived in New Zealand for generations. Most live in the North Island. Auckland is the largest city with over 1 million people. Wellington is the capital city and the next largest centre of population. In the South Island, Christchurch and Dunedin are the main cities.
have large, fertile coastal plains divided by hills and mountain ranges. To add to the variety of the
South Island scenery, there are fiords, glaciers
Students coming to SBG quickly learn new skills, like cooking,
and lakes, and coastal plains of Canterbury and
swimming, beach volleyball, barbecuing. The new students are
Southland, and of course, the beautiful Southern
greeted by the more advanced students, and are shown how to
Alps. In the North Island, there is New Zealand’s
get the best deals on food, accommodation, and other essential
largest lake, Lake Taupo, and most of the country’s active volcanoes - Ruapehu, Ngaurahoe, Tongariro
and Taranaki. These are all usually quiet, although
Mount Ruapehu erupted in 1995 and 1996. Hot
Students work on their programmes in roomy, comfortable open-
springs, geysers and mud pools are found in Taupo
plan office spaces and classrooms. The flexible learning, and
individualised teaching programmes mean that students can fit their
There are spectacular mountainous regions for some
part-time work in around their study. Experienced tutors help all
of the best skiing in the world, miles of coastlines
students make steady progress through the programme.
with incredible beaches for surfing and swimming,
and tramping trails throughout the country.
Students at SBG have found a variety of jobs in retail outlets, on the railways, in fast-food outlets, service stations, and commission
New Zealand enjoys a temperate climate with four
sales. The minimum wage has recently been raised to $NZ 12.75/
distinct seasons. The north of the North Island is
hr (more than $10.00 in the hand), by working in weekends and
subtropical and mild most of the year; the South
public holidays, the effective wage can be as high as $30/hr. Most
Island is cold in winter (June – September) but
SBG students have found a job within 2-6 weeks of arriving in New
mild in summer (December – March).The average
temperature ranges from 9-25 Celsius with more
than 2,000 hours of sunshine in a year. Rainfall can occur any time of the year but tends to be higher
Ritesh, who came to SBG through Oasis Consultants, has now
in winter. Snow regularly falls in the mountains but
completed his qualification in Auckland, and has secured a promotion
seldom in the populated areas around the coast.
and full-time employment in Dunedin as an SSC (Supervising
The New Zealand climate is variable all year being
Sales Contractor). He gets a car and assistance with travel and
neither very cold nor very hot. Most New Zealand
accommodation in Dunedin. As Ritesh had become the top sales
homes do not have central heating so you will need
person for Vodafone in Auckland, his boss was very keen for him to
to bring some warmer clothes to wear at home.
take on additional responsibilities so offered him a great package to
Jackets, coats and layered clothing are common.
shift to Dunedin. We are all very proud of the achievements, and the
Even indoors a warm jersey may be needed.
example Ritesh has set to all our other students through his hard work and positive attitude.
SBG pathway to
SurePath 661 Study your first 3 papers in your home country and either complete your qualification
Degrees at any New Zealand University L7
SURE PATH 661
NZIM Dip Management L5
NZIM Cert Language, Culture & Management
NZIM Dip Management (advanced) L6
NZIM Dip Practice Management L5
• study online at home or at one of our authorised study centres in your country
part-time or full-time work/employment
enter at any level
NZ Dip Business L6
at home or in New Zealand.
• come to New Zealand to complete your qualification - Studying at one of NZSBG’s NZ campuses • apply for your Graduate Job Search Work Visa to stay and work in New Zealand. IELTS entry level Students don’t require an IELTS score to start study in their home country but require an IELTS of 5.5 to continue their study in New Zealand. key features of the Sure Path 661 option: • New Zealand Tutor-led instruction - for the full 12 months of study, (blended, faceto-face and online) • students in any country follow the same programme as students in New Zealand • less funds to show required for Student Visa (6 months vs 1 year) • faster process - students complete half of requirements for qualification while waiting for Student Visa application to be approved • higher likelihood of Student Visa application success • students can work 20 hours part time in New Zealand • graduates still qualify for 1 year Graduate Job Search Work visa, and 50 points for PR.
NZIM Cert Practice Management L4
NZIM Certificate in Language, Culture and Management (level 4) Level 4 introduction 5 papers The Certificate in Language, Culture and Management integrates English language and 60 credits culture with management skills. The course is specifically designed to meet the language
NZIM Certificate in Management â€“ 1 year Level 4 overview: 8 papers The Certificate in Management is an NZQA approved 80 credit Level 4 qualification. 80 credits Students complete 8 10-credit papers. The NZIM Certificate in Management consists of 8 papers.
and cultural needs of people with English as a second language seeking work in New
The NZIM Certificate in Management is the major foundation management course in
Zealand or students wishing to move to diploma study. The programme consolidates
New Zealand. It also forms the basis for management training in many companies.
and contextualises the language skills students generally require for entry to study in New Zealand. The Certificate provides a six-month enriched environment of language and culture,
Certificate graduates may obtain credit into the NZ Diploma in Business and the NZIM Diploma in Management, as well as other qualifications.
course structure: list A papers
with a focus on work processes and management. Students will be able to recognise and adapt to the culture (including legislation) of the New Zealand workplace and to use
802 Introduction to Marketing
803 Human Resources I: People at Work
language associated with New Zealand management practices.
805 Introduction to Management
812 Workplace Communication.
list B papers (select four)
Students complete four papers from the NZIM Certificate in Management, which are
807 Introduction to Financial Services
integrated with elements of the language and culture module. Each 10 credit paper involves
809 Human Resources II: Personnel Practice 810 Introduction to Law
around 100 hours of student learning, and the 20 credit language and culture module means that the whole course will take the equivalent of three months full-time study.
entry to the course The recognised entry to this course will be IELTS Level 5. It is designed for people who have not studied management before.
811 Introduction to Computing
808 Introduction to Accounting
816 Business Computing
819 Problem Solving and Decision Making.
entry requirements You must have an IELTS score of 5.0 (academic). There are no prerequisites for this course. It is a first level course for if you have not studied management before or have basic
experience in management and now wish to update your knowledge and skills.
802 Introduction to Marketing
803 Human Resources I: People at Work 805 Introduction to Management
Certificate graduates may be eligible for exemption from up to two papers into the NZ Diploma in Business and the NZIM Diploma in Management.
812 Workplace Communication The following module consists of 20 credits at Level 4 equivalent. 880 Language and Culture
credit into diploma programmes Student completing the NZIM Certificate in Language, Culture and Management can apply for credit for the NZ Diploma in Business paper 469 Academic Skills for Business Studies plus 20 unspecified credits at level 4 towards the NZ Diploma in Business. These credits are also available to be applied towards the Level 5 NZIM Diploma in Management.
SBG PROSPECTUS ROSPECTUS
WorkPath SuperKombo - 15 months NZIM Certificate in Language, Culture and Management L4 & NZIM Diploma in Management L5
introduction The SuperKombo is specifically designed to meet the language and cultural needs of
NZIM Diploma in Management – 1 Year Level 5 overview 6 papers The NZIM Diploma in Management (NZIM Dip Mgt) is an NZQA approved 120 credit 120 credits Level 5 qualification. Students complete six 20 credit papers. It provides a thorough grounding in business and management practice appropriate for
people with English as a second language. The programme pathways from the Certificate Level 4 programme through to the Diploma Level 5. The programme consists of 5 certificate papers and a further 4 papers
people wishing to enter and progress in business. It also provides a platform for students wishing to transition to degree programmes or advanced management qualifications.
at diploma level.
why study the NZIM Diploma Management?
After the successful completion of this double qualification, students qualify for a 1 year
The NZIM Dip Mgt is widely recognised by employer and professional groups. It is
work visa with New Zealand immigration.
approved by the New Zealand Qualifications Authority. The Diploma is ideal for career-
minded people seeking a practical, flexible, high-quality business qualification. Course Structure: Core papers
certificate papers 880 Language and Culture
802 Introduction to Marketing
803 Human Resources 1: People at work
805 Introduction to Management
530 Organisation and Management
560 Business Communication
636 Applied Management.
optional papers (select two)
812 Workplace Communication
400 Accounting Principles or 520 The Economic Environment
Diploma Papers 499 Unspecified (Cross credit
469 Academic Skills (Cross credit
510 Introduction to Commercial Law
435 Fundamentals of Small Business
541 Fundamentals of Marketing
550 Business Computing
560 Business Communication
530 Organisation and Management
430 Quantitative Business Methods
633 Human Resource Management
636 Applied Management
501 Accounting Practices
632 Operations Management.
A workplace English study course is an integrated component of this Business programme.
entry to the course You must have an IELTS score of 5.0 (academic). There are no prerequisites for this
» See our website for more info on individual Papers www.sbg.ac.nz
entry requirements You must have an IELTS score of 5.5 (academic).
course. It is a first level course for if you have not studied management before or have a basic experience in management and now wish to update your knowledge and skills.
You can gain certification in both the NZIM Diploma in Management and the New Zealand Diploma in Business at the same time. But you must satisfy all course and individual requirements for both qualifications.
• pathway to New Zealand for IELTS 5.0 • opportunity to improve Business English skills • better employment skills • unique opportunity - SBG is the only school in New Zealand offering this combination.
pathway Graduates may go out to work on a 1 year visa or continue their studies onto the NZIM Diploma in Management (Advanced) Level 6.
SBG PROSPECTUS ROSPECTUS
NZIM Diploma in Management (Advanced) â€“ 1 Year Level 6 8 papers 160 credits
overview The NZIM Diploma in Management (Advanced) is an NZQA approved 160 credit Level 6 qualification. Students complete eight 20 credit papers. This qualification consists of 8 papers most of which may be credited from the NZ
NZIM Diploma in Practice Management (Health) â€“ 1 Year Level 5 overview 7 papers The Diploma in Practice Management (Health) is an NZQA approved 140 credit, Level 5 140 credits qualification. Students complete six, 20-credit papers from the New Zealand Diploma in Business, as well as a specialist course Management of Health Practice.
Diploma in Business. The NZIM Diploma in Management (Advanced) builds on the skills
It provides a more in-depth examination of the processes of managing businesses with a
of the Diploma in Management (Dip Mgt) for those who wish to pursue a professional
focus on human relations, financial and communications strategies, knowledge of legal
requirements and other compliance issues, and an understanding of health policy and
This qualification is designed for people who specialise or wish to specialise in management as a professional option. The programme has a focus on generic skills for professional managers. It serves as a link between management theory and practice for both students with little management experience and managers with little academic
processes. It is designed to equip you with the skills necessary to manage a medium to large health practice.
course structure papers
experience. 400 Accounting Principles
course structure: core papers 630 Leadership
636 Applied Management
Plus one of: 992 Project Management
501 Accounting Practices or 602 Management Accounting 530 Organisation and Management 560 Business Communication
994 Strategic Management
633 Human Resources Management
995 Management process topic
996 The Management of Health Practices
optional papers (Select 5)
602 Management Accounting
633 Human Resource Management
635 Employment Relations
642 Marketing Research
You must have an IELTS score of 5.5 (academic). The programme has been designed specifically for competent or experienced managers
990 Special topic OR 996 Management of Health Practices
currently working in medical or health practices, and some of the assessments require
access to medical or health practices. Where managers have little experience or knowledge relating to the management of health practices they might consider first
You must have an IELTS score of 6.0 (academic). For students without considerable management experience the minimum entry requirement is the NZIM Dip Mgt, or an equivalent course of study.
pathway Any of the listed core or optional papers already completed for the NZ Dip Bus may be
completing the Certificate in Practice Management (Health).
pathway If participants wish to improve their general management understanding, they can her two papers taken tak complete the NZIM Diploma in Management by undertaking a further from the List A papers for that qualification.
credited to the Dip Mgt (Advanced). The qualification also provides an exit point from the NZ Diploma in Business for those students who wish to have a basic understanding of management practice but do not wish to specialise in business studies.
S SBG PROSPECTUS ROSPECTUS
NZIM Diploma in Business – 2 Years Level 6 12 papers 240 credits
overview The NZ Diploma in Business (NZIM Dip Bus) is an NZQA approved 240 credit Level 6 qualification. Students complete twelve 20 credit papers. This qualification consists of twelve papers. You need to complete six of the seven core business papers plus six optional papers (at least 80 credits at 600 level, and no more than 60 credits at the 400 level) to complete the qualification. It is a nationally recognised qualification that allows students to gain a broad range
of general business skills and knowledge where you can gain a sound understanding of economics, commercial law, accounting, finance, management and marketing. You can also develop your communication, problem solving and decision making skills, and learn to work independently and as part of a team.
course structure: core papers
hours a week if they are enrolled in a full We’ll meet you at the airport when you arrive in New Zealand (Auckland or Wellington) and take you to your accommodation. Flight details and
400 – Accounting Principles
510 – Introduction to Commercial Law
520 – The Economic Environment
530 – Organisation and Management
560 – Business Communication
541 – Fundamentals of Marketing
Students are allowed to work up to 20 time, full year course that requires them to attend classes at least 20 hours per week.
a photo must be provided 72 hours before arrival. You’ll take part in orientation activities with other international students before you start
550 – Business Computing.
The table below provides an estimate of
living costs in NZ dollars
SBG undertakes to comply with the accommodation provisions set out
in Part 6 of the Ministry of Education Code of Practice for the Pastoral
Care of International Students.
Rent Shared accommodation
430 – Quantitative Business Methods
435 – Fundamentals of Small Business
469 – Academic Skills for Business Studies
501 – Accounting Practices
SBG, does not require students to stay in a particular form of
Weekly expenses: food and personal items
602 – Management Accounting
630 – Leadership
accommodation (e.g. hostel, backpacker, homestay, flat), while they are
Utilities: gas electricity, telephone, internet
633 – Human Resource Management
632 – Operations Management
studying. However, we will offer you a range of accommodation options
635 – Employment Relations
from budget to more luxurious, and book you into the place of your choice
636 – Applied Management
644 – Buyer Behaviour and
for your first four weeks in New Zealand*. This should give you time
642 – Marketing Research
Communication Strategies 620 – Managerial Economics
631 – Strategic Planning for Small
to look around and choose a more long-term accommodation option. Alternatively, you may prefer to arrange your own accommodation from arrival.
neNote: this does not include possible one2-4 off establishment costs such as bond: (2-4
Business * This cost is not included in fees quoted and will be additional.
ance (2 weeks), or weeks rent) rent in advance
655 – Information Systems Management
ersonal clothing. household effects and personal
We’ll help you with CV preparation and interview skills to apply for
652 – Systems Development Project
650 – Applied Computing
You must have an IELTS score of 6.0 (academic)
pathway A number of providers offer exemptions from the initial stage(s) of a business degree to the holder of a NZDipBus.
part-time jobs. Students can work up to 20 hours per week. The New Zealand minimum wage is $12.75 per hour.
living costs It is important to bring enough money for living when you come to New Zealand. Some things are very expensive, like a haircut, but other ry cheap. We recomm things, like a game of golf, are very recommend that you or living costs. allow around NZ$200.00 per week for
medical and travel insurance Under the rules of the Code, International students must have appropriate current medical and travel insurance while studying in New Zealand. This is because medical costs in New Zealand are very high and SBG does not cover students individually. Medical and travel insurance covers the cost of staying in hospital, visits to the doctor, urgent medical treatment and medicine, and sometimes emergency dental treatment. For treatment of a cold, flu or other common health problems, you will usually visit the local doctor (sometimes called a general
practitioner or GP). If you need assistance after hours, you can visit a local emergency clinic or hospital. Average Medical Insurance Costs: 12 Months NZ$456. SBG can arrange this for you.
Graduate Job Search Work Visa/Permit If you are a student who has completed a qualification in New Zealand, but you do not have a job offer, you are eligible for a Graduate Job Search Work Visa and/or Permit for a maximum of 12 months. Then, when you have found a job, you can apply for a further permit for up to two or three years under Study to Work Policy.
to be eligible for a Graduate Job Search Visa Work you must: • have successfully completed a qualification in New Zealand that would qualify for points under the Skilled Migrant Category (such as the NZIM Diploma in Management) • apply no later than 3 months after the end date of the student visa/permit for that qualification • provide financial evidence that you are able to maintain yourself during your 12-month stay in New Zealand.
Bay of Plenty
So I decided to join this prestigious institute. I did 661 Diploma in Management (6 months in India & 6 months in New Zealand) from SBG. Though I was in India, but I got full assistance of the tutors from SBG which helped me in finishing my course early and then got my visa in just 15 days. After coming to New Zealand, I got to know about its true beauty. The proficiency of the tutors especially Mr Mike Fermanis and the
“I am Harsimran Singh, student of 661 Diploma in Management at SBG (School of Business and Government). When I made plan for my further studies, I went through each and every aspect of all the colleges’ website in New Zealand. Somehow I saw the details and courses which SBG College was offering. I went through every detail of all the courses of the college and in the end I found the most suitable and outstanding offer, the 661 option course. This option is to study 6 months in India and 6 months in New Zealand. I felt it to be the best because in this the student has to complete half of the study in their own country, by living with their own people. Same as in my case, being at my home country, I got full assistance from the staff of SBG and I finished my study of India without any problem. At SBG, I had the privilege to be taught by tutors, who really cared about my academic progress, and I’ve benefitted from this immensely.
SBG members like Mr. Grant Hodgson and Mrs. Christine Roberts and everyone else helped me achieve well results in my studies. After completing my course I truly realised what was missing in me before. I was more confident and ready to face all the challenges with best of my talents. SBG gave me support and knowledge to adapt to life in a new country. People of New Zealand are so cooperative and helpful and it adds more beauty to the country. After completing my course, I felt that I have got the understanding of market and an organisation and now I am totally ready to enter in business world. And now I work as an IT support with an organisation in Auckland, New Zealand. I thank SBG to make me learn how to work smarter with being a hard worker. SBG provides a happy, caring and supportive environment that allows each student to reach the pinnacle of their capabilities. If you have the will, SBG has the way!” NALINI JISHTU
Moreover, after coming to New Zealand, I did not have to work part time for a long period of time as I finished my studies in just 6 months and started doing Full time work in my own profession. Now I earn double money than I used to earn during the period of studies. After doing Hotel Management from India, I did Management course from SBG, which really refined my skills and talents and all this has helped me getting a job which is really a good start for my career. Studying in SBG I have cultivated good study habits and also further enriched my attitudes towards academic achievement which compel me towards attaining higher goals and taught me to use the best of my talents in everything I do.” HARSIMRAN SINGH
Bay of Plenty
Level 8, Grand Plimmer Tower 2~6 Gilmer Terrace PO Box 12 524 Wellington 6144, New Zealand Phone +64 4 472 0567 Fax +64 4 472 4848 www.sbg.ac.nz
Level 8 115 Queen Street Auckland 1010 New Zealand Phone +64 9 379 9895 www.sbg.ac.nz
Level 3 134 Manchester Street Christchurch 8011 Phone + 64 3 653 001 Fax +64 3 653 003 www.sbg.ac.nz
Katikati Campus 2 Wedgewood Street Katikati Phone +64 7 549 0034 www.sbg.ac.nz
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“After finishing my Bachelors in Information Technology from India, I planned to enter in the Corporate World. Though I was graduated in IT, I did not have knowledge about any business and any organisation structure. I realised that just getting theoretical knowledge is not enough to prove best amongst all but one needs to know about what an organisation is within which he/she will work and what are various marketing tactics in order to utilise your talents for maximum productivity for that organisation. Then I heard about SBG (School of Business and Government) and got impressed by the courses offered by the organisation. I thought whatever our profession is, in every case we have to work within an organisation and deal with the market.
Published on Apr 17, 2011
Published on Apr 17, 2011
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