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January 9, 1984) is an Indian record producer and DJ. Formerly known as DJ Bunty, he started his career in the year 2000 by deejaying in night clubs in the Mumbai area. He formed his own nightclub management company called Plan B Entertainment . He contiuned to deejay atnightclubs in Mumbai gaining popularity as "Dj Bunty" , Bunty being his household name. Today ""B"" is a owner of a nightclub in Mumbai called ""RA"". B-Projekt began his musical career with studying music production in London's London School of Sound . After a few years of performing in Mumbai & London , B ...
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Opportunities in a Resort Management Career the Billion Dollar ...
Tourism and commercial recreation is over an $800 billion industry in the United States. Globally, tourism accounts for approximately 12% of the Gross Domestic Product, employing 10% of the worldwide labor force. It is estimated that by the year 2020, more than half of all employed people in the world will be involved directly or indirectly with the tourism industry. In the United States, travel-related tourism is the first, second or third largest employer in 32 states. Resort hotels and motels offer luxurious surroundings with a variety of recreational facilities, such as swimming pools, golf courses, tennis courts, game ... market research, surveys and trends
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Recent statistics show that as many as 80 percent of the population are dissatisfied with their current work situation, and wish to change it. Many of these people feel they are in a job they aren’t passionate about, or don’t have the skill set for. Though you may feel as though you don’t have any options, changing your career path could be easier than you think. Many working adults are trying to juggle family priorities and various debt and responsibilities.With hectic work schedules and financial obligations, many are finding the appeal of enrolling in an online degree program. But how do you make the ... market research, surveys and trends

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The Windows Observer--Microsoft First Quarter Revenues, Profit Up ...
last week announced financial results for the first quarter of fiscal year 2007, which ended September 30. The software giant brought in $10.81 billion in total revenue, and enjoyed net income of $3.48 billion, both of which translate to 11 percent increases. It was a "very good start" to the fiscal year, according to Chris Liddell, the company's chief financial officer. The immediate future is less rosy, however, as a "technology guarantee" for Vista and Office 2007 will cost Microsoft a considerable amount during the next quarter. Leading the way in Microsoft's first quarter was its Server & Tools ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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In a sluggish economy, law firm leaders across South Florida slashed expenses this year by cutting attorneys and staff, renegotiating with vendors and eliminating lavish firm dinners and retreats, according to a Daily Business Review survey of 76 area managing partners or other law firm leaders. Broad and Cassel, which did not cut employees, is on track for a strong financial year, Raymond said. But not all firms fared as well with woes in the financial sector and corporate America driving down legal business. Firms that relied on real estate and transactional work are the hardest hit. Taken as a whole, the Daily Business Review industry trends, business articles and survey research
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  The Law School community welcomed new students on Aug. 16, including members of the J.D. Class of 2013, students enrolled in the American Legal System Program, and transfer and visiting students. Photo by Colonial Photography Home  »  News & Events  »  More Stories  »  2010 by Ann Gaudreaux, Law School Communications |  August 23, 2010 William & Mary Law School welcomed new students on Aug. 16. The J.D. Class of 2013, 217 strong, was chosen from a pool of 6,292 applicants, the largest in the school's history, and an increase of more than 26 percent from the ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
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Energy Kinetics last month named Jim Taylor, salesman of Flanders Heating & Air Conditioning in Riverhead, the “System 2000 Energy Kinetics Dealer Salesman of the Year” for 2009, according to a recently issued company press release. System 2000 was developed by Energy Kinetics with a grant from the Department of Energy as part of a solution to the energy crisis of the 1970s in response to the need for more energy efficient and reliable heating systems. Mr. Taylor joined the Flanders Heating & Air Conditioning team two years ago, thus beginning his career in heating, ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC). He sold ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

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certificate in any of seven areas of career interest: Selling and Sales. Management ... Management, Healthcare Marketing, Entertainment Marketing and ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation
The industry is characterized by a large number of seasonal and part-time jobs and the employment of relatively young workers. About 37 percent of all workers have no formal education beyond high school. Rising incomes, more leisure time, and growing awareness of the health benefits of physical fitness will increase the demand for arts, entertainment, and recreation services. Earnings are relatively low. As long as people have had free time, they have pursued leisure activities. Musical troupes, theaters, and sports have been a part of culture since ancient times. As leisure time and personal incomes have grown across the ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Entertainment and Arts Management: Undergraduate: Antoinette ...
Motion pictures and television. Performing arts. New media. Museums. These "creative industries," and others like them, belong to one of the fastest-growing economic sectors not only in the United States, but worldwide. The tremendous growth of these industries has created a need for professionals who can combine both management and leadership skills with a thorough understanding of art, entertainment, and media production. Drexel's Entertainment and Arts Management (EAM) program, offered through the Antoinette Westphal College of Media Arts & Design, prepares students for this challenge by providing both a ...
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