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Experts: Register here

Postby JRinPV » Sun Aug 14, 2005 11:46 am

OK everyone one with an area of expertise, please register with your abilities.
Since I've made this a 'Sticky' (stays at the top of the page) PLEASE only only post here if you wish to register as an expert.
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Postby Sr. Fox » Sun Aug 14, 2005 2:10 pm

I used to be a computer geek too. Still remember a bit some days. :D
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Postby Juliana » Sun Aug 14, 2005 3:54 pm

I am more of an administrative type and am somewhat of an "expert" when it comes to the English language. So if you need something proofread or edited, in English, I'm your gal! :)

Oh, almost forgot! I can type 90+ wpm if that means anything down here. LOL
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Postby kcowan » Wed Mar 08, 2006 3:15 pm

A process engineer by trade (now retired), I spent ten years consulting to CEOs and being a CEO (92-02). Before that, I was in executive management at IBM Canada. Started out as a Process Engineer (with Master's degree) developing a refinery control system for Esso using IBM computers. Mostly spent the career in sales and brand management.

Good at problem-solving. Also digital photography. And other electronic gizmos.
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Bankruptcy attorney

Postby Helgawh » Fri Jun 23, 2006 9:36 am

You probably won't need my expert advise in "everything you ever wanted to know about bankruptcy but were afraid to ask." That's me. Bankruptcy law is federal law and applies to all states in the US (hence I can advise anyone from any US state) - but it relies on State law as to the exemptions (stuff the debtor gets to keep - like O.J.'s million dollar home in Florida). I only know the California State law exemptions. Helga White: helgawh@gotsky.com.
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R V repair

Postby BlaineS » Sat Oct 14, 2006 11:51 pm

RV repairs , can walk you through any type of problem with the coach not the chassis or drivetrains , but all interior & exterior components eg. travel trailers , 5th wheels , motor homes A's , B's , C's
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Postby cook » Mon Nov 13, 2006 12:27 pm

expertise in: french Cuisine , Restaurant, Management,
stocks Trading

the last 7 years as a stocks negotiator/trader
before executive Chef in french Cuisine & Hotel

Food & Beverage Manager at Chateau Frontenac Hotel in Quebec City

Culinary School In Vichy, France Judge & Teacher

Restaurant, Golf Club, Owner

Ottawa University Food & Beverage Operations Manager

have a great Day

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