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SpeciAliSMS Targeted advertising solutions; digital out-of-home advertising; digital signage; content production.
LSH encourages a range of approaches from different specialisms and professional backgrounds, as well as submissions from students who represent the next generation of the property industry.
This has led to fears schools, including several in our area, will lose their specialisms.
SpecialiSmS Search; social media; mobile; digital advertising.
Dr Scott Gillogly, Chief Medical Officer at Aspetar, noted: "Signing this agreement with CNA-Q, which has been operational in Qatar for 14 years, is another example of the expertise Aspetar shares with students in applied sciences, radiology and dentistry amongst others, which are all specialisms that are crucial to the provision of a comprehensive educational offering to students in Qatar and the region.
We are delighted that the firm has been placed top in so many areas in the new Legal 500 Guide, both on a national and regional level and that more of our solicitors than ever have been individually named and recommended in their particular areas of specialism.
Her specialisms include dealing with VAT claims, working with property developers, working in the catering sector and advising on the VAT liability of food, advising not-for-profit organisations; and dealing with VAT appeals.
He has acted for public and private sector clients and specialisms include TUPE and discrimination.
Mrs Darnell said these specialisms indicate the breadth and diversity of the school.
The team's specialisms include marketing, HR and finance.
This academy will be unique combining business and enterprise specialisms and supported by both the Catholic Archdiocese and Church of England Diocese as well as the business community.
They provide a vast pool of knowledge and specialisms.