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Tech Accelerator Program to Develop Talent in Myanmar

18 August 2016 - Lithan, a Singapore-based company designed to accelerate digital and technical skills in emerging countries, recently announced that applications to their Techup Accelerators Programme is now open. The six month full-time programme aims to incubate digital savvy talents to create their tech startup from scratch – even if they still don’t have any startup idea or team.

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POOCs not MOOCs

Technology has changed the way we work, live and play. It has rendered current occupations obsolete and is creating completely new industries and jobs. Online education has shown great growth and potential for good reasons, especially in increasing the accessibility to quality education worldwide.

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Asia pickup steaming ahead for Germany's SAP

(Reuters) - German software giant SAP AG (SAPG.DE) is seeing a sustained pickup in its Asia business, led by strong demand from the fast growing China and India markets, its top regional executive said.

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Jobs on offer again as market recovers

Peoplebank Australia's quarterly salary survey, released today, finds it is a good climate for businesses to hire, with salaries remaining steady in the past three months.

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SAP Consultant to Star in The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills

Beverly Hills, California (WiredPRNews.com) Word is out! The latest cast of Bravo's "Real Housewives" series has been released, and in an exciting twist the show will feature businesswoman, philanthropist, and SAP consultant Taylor Armstrong.

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Hiring up in retail, IT sectors: report

RECRUITMENT activity is increasing in several sectors such as information technology and logistics and supply chain, according to a report by Robert Walters.

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INTERVIEW-SAP sees new round of global growth, led by BRIC

BEIJING, Sept 3 (Reuters) - European software giant SAP AG (SAPG.DE) said on Friday that a new round of growth has begun in the global economy, led by emerging countries such as China, Brazil, Russia and India.

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