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He moved on to become Regional Sales Manager where he established recruitment for New Jersey and New York while leading training programs and developing agent incentive programs.
Developing agent teams has been a topic of intensive research in the agent community (Grosz and Kraus 1999; Tambe et al.
Addition of innovative and experienced executive supports company's goal of developing agent network focused on new approach to real estate sales and service
The article also deals with purely human improvements, such as developing agent expertise in key lines of business or bringing in a financial expert with an insurance background to provide top-notch underwriting.
May 13, 2009 (10AM EST): Forms of Quality -- Innovative Methods for Developing Agent Skills and Revitalizing Quality Management Programs
I owe all my success to developing agents below me.
Prior to NPS Nader was Director of Clinical Research at AstraZeneca USA where his assignments included developing agents with novel mechanisms of action focused on gastrointestinal pain and motility.
The US Food and Drug Administration has granted orphan drug designation to Co-D Therapeutics, a pre-clinical stage pharmaceutical company developing agents for the treatment of cancer, for its Triolimus, it was reported on Wednesday.
Alongside this, the Company will also invest in the development of new technology to reduce powder production costs, to produce new types of gas developing agents used in the manufacture of aerated concretes, and high-tech pigments for coatings.
Ramirez explained that there has been much pharmacological interest in developing agents that selectively target CB2.
As developing agents from scratch is time consuming and tedious task, researchers have developed several platforms for quick launching of the MAS (6).

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