Thomas International HR System expands activities in the UAE
Thomas International HR System has unfolded a business development plan for the United Arab Emirates (UAE) Market.
Given the buyout market conditions and the current economical up turn, companies are reverting back to focusing on people development and training. As such in order to harness the growing demand as well as carve further market share, Thomas International HR System, through its local representative, Global Management Consultants, has decided to introduce a Sales Development Associates program in the UAE.
The Sales Development Associate Plan is designed to attract smaller HR consultancy firms into Thomas's fold of associates in the country. These firms will be able to act as sub-representatives of the System. Thomas will enable such companies to offer a tangible HR product with real-time benefits and offerings, to their potential clients, resulting in immediate expansion of their respective product offerings.
The new Sales Development Associate Plan will be promoted in the UAE through focused marketing initiatives. Global Management Consultants, Thomas's sole representatives in the UAE, will also welcome direct inquires, as well as use its strong network of business relationships within the UAE to establish mutually beneficial partnerships between potential HR companies and Thomas International.
Thomas International offers managerial aid for recruiting, selecting, training, counseling, career planning, team bonding and team management. — (menareport.com)
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