Tuesday, 30 July 2013

Redwoods Advance chooses the right talents to foster projects

To learn by books and experiential learning at work are both different.

For job interviews, most companies give priority to people with academic intelligence. In contrast to that, Redwoods Advance Pte Ltd lays emphasis on people with the ‘willingness to learn’ and not ONLY to theoretical knowledge, their educational background or credentials.

See, what the Managing Director of this Singapore sales and marketing company, Adrian Chua looks forward to in job aspirants (excerpts from an interview with jobsDB):

“Real and genuinely sincere [people], those who would tell you where they are good at and admit where they aren’t.”

Right to what he said, people with the right attitude, ready to learn and work in as a team should take this message as a welcome note and can apply straightaway with their updated CVs.

Immense growth and development opportunities for the right talents, always!

Monday, 29 July 2013

Redwoods Advance Singapore on a weekend outing at East Coast Park

The Singapore Direct Marketing Agency believes that people with the healthy mind tend to be more productive and efficient than others at work.

This is one reason, why the organization gives importance not only to ‘office learning’ but even lay emphasis on recreation and weekend pursuits for employees. Such events help to rejuvenate energy and even serve a platform for people to network and communicate in a better way.

On 25th July 2013, Redwoods Advance had been to East Coast Park, Singapore – the place is popular with people of all age group and gender.

Other than cycling tours on tracks, group dinners at favorite spots, people had lots of fun by playing different games, together.

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Tuesday, 23 July 2013

Redwoods Advance Learning Trip to Bangkok – time for DISCOVERIES

Learning trips to distant lands – this may sound a novel concept to many, but not to people at Redwoods Advance Singapore, who seem to enjoy such educational tours with colleagues.

Six selected members from the Singapore Direct Marketing Company got the opportunity for the learning trip to Bangkok in Thailand, from 17th to 20th July 2013.

Educational visits are times to learn and develop skills to be used further at work to improve productivity and efficiency.

Frequent expeditions and outings to far-away countries even give periodic breaks to people from work. They get time to rejuvenate their lost energy.

The four-day trip at Bangkok witnessed Managers from different Asian countries. It was a learning curve for many, surely with lots of networking and socializing.

Keen for a career in sales and marketing with us? Submit CVs, appear for the Interview and be prepared for loads of fun at work, here.

Friday, 5 July 2013

Redwoods Advance with different market approaches, every time

The market scenario has changed, everywhere.

Business enterprises want to be at the top and give their best shots at this goal. Be it concepts, promotional content or different media channels in use, companies want nothing but results from marketers.

Redwoods Advance Pte Ltd understands the market conditions in Singapore and acts with the needs and wants of the business clients.

Every client project requires a different market approach. Without proper strategic plan, business process and market analysis, one may not accomplish desired results.

To manage client projects across different sectors, we continue filling new positions at work, be it for - direct marketing, sales promotions/personal sales, product placements or other campaigns.

People keen for a career with Redwoods Advance can apply with their CVs to admin@redwoodsadvance.com.

Monday, 1 July 2013

Public SPEAKERS in the making at Redwoods Advance Singapore

How to be a persuasive speaker, narrator or a presenter? Does public speaking help to build confidence? How to overcome stage fear and make public presentations?

Lilian Wong and Nithya can address these queries well, after confidently addressing attendees in a discussion group.

Both do not have public speaking anxiety any longer. They know it is not just data, facts or information about the topic, but one has to be confident in giving speeches in front of people of different taste and likings.

Body language, gestures and eye contact – everything matters during a public speech. After attending to 40 people in a seminar, at the Head office of Redwoods Advance Singapore, now nothing should put a brake on these aspiring speakers.