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Marketing
More than merely promoting and selling a product, Marketing is about creating value for consumers from a particular target market at a profit. Marketers determine when, where, and how a business communicates to its customers through integrated marketing campaigns backed up by insights gained through analytical tools. It is therefore an essential component in all stages of the business, from product development to retail distribution.
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NON-GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATION

Sales Manager
  • They are the NGO's direct sales force. They set goals and projections for the team and organization.
  • They must have excellent verbal and written communication skills, and must be knowledgeable about the market.
  • They prepare strategic sales plans.
Sales Representative
  • Establishes relationships with other businesses, organizations and government to sell and promote products and services, usually in wholesale.
  • They must have good negotiation skills, excellent verbal and written communication skills, extensive product knowledge, good demonstrative skills, active listening skills, and rapport building skills.

LAW AND GOVERNMENT

Paralegal
  • Provide support to solicitors and barristers in a variety of law firms, chambers and in private, public sector and not-for-profit organisations. They play an important role within a legal team and their tasks often mirror the work of a trainee.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills,the ability to manage multiple tasks or caseloads, good attention to detail to be able to carefully analyse files and data.
  • They carry out office administration, including billing and writing letters, analyse and input data, write articles for internal or external circulation,write reports, conduct legal research, take witness statements and attend meetings with experts or claimants - usually the duties of a more experienced paralegal.
Company Secretary
  • Company secretaries are responsible for ensuring that an organisation complies with standard financial and legal practice and maintains high standards of corporate governance.
  • They must possess the capability to work with numerical information, plus analytical and problem-solving skills, interpersonal skills and the ability to work well with people at all levels, a diplomatic approach and the confidence to provide support to high-profile company staff and board members.
  • They report to the chairman and often liaise with board members, organise and prepare agendas and papers for board meetings, committees and annual general meetings (AGMs), oversee policies, making sure they are kept up to date and referred to the appropriate committee for approval
Solicitor
  • Solicitors provide expert legal support and advice to clients. They take instructions from clients and advise on necessary courses of legal action.
  • To be a solicitor, one must possess excellent communication skills, both written and oral, commercial awareness and negotiating skills, and interpersonal skills. They must also learn to work as part of a team or with other people and organisations.
  • They meet and interview clients to establish the firm's suitability to provide the necessary advice and services, based on the firm's specialism and likely cost. They also advise a client on the law and legal issues relating to their case, draft documents, letters and contracts tailored to the client's individual needs.