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  • Top 10 Tips to Start Your Construction Career Posted by Keith Keown on Thursday, May 07, 2015

    There’s no better way to find advice for becoming a Quantity Surveyor than to ask an existing professional in this area. So we spoke to Keith Keown who started his quantity surveying career some years ago. Keith got his degree in this subject and went on to work with various construction organisation in the UK and internationally.…

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  • An Introduction to FIDIC Contracts Posted by Nick Longley on Thursday, November 28, 2013

    The following is a contribution from our Guest Blogger this month; Nick Longley from HFW. FIDIC Contracts are commonly used for construction and infrastructure projects across the globe…

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  • Realistic Retirement Planning Posted by Steve Thomas on Thursday, October 31, 2013

    Scottish Widows, one of the largest pension providers in the UK, has recently published its annual Pension Savings report, which is based on a YouGov survey of some 5,200 UK adults…

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  • Is Your Business Seeing the Complete Picture? Posted by Mark Guthrie on Friday, August 30, 2013

    In my last article I told you about Competitive Intelligence (CI) and how companies should use it to better understand the competitive landscape that exists outside of their business. Understanding yo…

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  • What is Competitive Intelligence? Part One Posted by Mark Guthrie on Thursday, July 18, 2013

    What is Competitive Intelligence? Part OneIn its simplest format, Competitive Intelligence is a process that will make your business more successful than your business rivals. If you think of your bus…

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  • What to Know About Insurance in Hong Kong? Posted by stevethomas on Wednesday, June 19, 2013

    Cooper, Claridge-Ware is a company Guest Blogging on the Maxim website & are a leading International Insurance Brokerage, based in Hong Kong.Hong Kong, Asia’s World City, it’s a perfec…

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  • Part-time Study and Professional Development in Hong Kong Posted by stevethomas on Monday, May 20, 2013

    There is an irony to study in Hong Kong. Despite it being one of the busiest places on Earth, this is the place where you are most likely to start and finish a part time course even though you are wor…

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  • Financially speaking, are Brits making the most of the opportunities available to them whilst in Asia? Posted by stevethomas on Thursday, February 28, 2013

    Recently implemented legislation has produced some potentially valuable benefits for Britsh expatriates working in Asia who have built up savings and investments that they will rely on in the fut…

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  • Hong Kong’s Construction Industry Vision 2020: A Roadmap for the Hong Kong Construction Industry Posted by Derek Smyth on Thursday, January 10, 2013

    In the following, Derek Smyth, Chairman of the Construction Industry Group of the British Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong, and formerly Executive Director of Gammon Construction,  gives us a bri…

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  • The History of Hong Kong Construction (Part 2) Posted by stevethomas on Wednesday, October 24, 2012

    The History of Hong Kong Construction (Part 2)The history of the construction industry in Hong Kong can best be seen in the broader context of the wider world in terms of successive economic booms (an…

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