CEO Adnan Ahmad (Career Expert) presenting souvenir to Mr. Rehan Ahamd CEO UOG Sialkot Campus

CEO Adnan Ahmad (Career Expert) presenting souvenir to Mr. Rehan Ahamd CEO UOG Sialkot Campus



Jobs Opportunities at PepsiCo in Saudi Arabia

Jobs Opportunities at PepsiCo in Saudi Arabia..

1- Saudi Arabia 2017 Internship Program

2- Sales Supervisor – Riyadh,

3- Sales Supervisor – Dammam,

4- Sales Supervisor – Jizan,

5- Sales Manager – Traditional Trade

6- Sales Manager – Organized Trade

7- Commercial Planning Analyst

8- Working Capital Analyst

9- Internal Audit Manager

10- Commercial Controller – GCC Foods

11- Revenue Governance Manager

12- Compensation and Benefits Country Lead

13- HR Manager

14- (Marketing) Brand Manager

15- Agricultural Logistics Manager

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Looking for Sales Manager

Job description

  • Accountable for the delivery of Sales, distribution and visibility objectives in line with the Channel and Brand objectives for the Group.
  • Ensure Profitability of the business through effective negotiation to ensure better return on investments
  • Lead, motivate and guide the frontline sales team through on-field coaching and mentoring.
  • Effective execution of channel and customer plans and agreements
  • Conduct Business Reviews with the designated accounts on a periodic basis.
  • Ensure effective monthly sales forecasting, stock management and execution of the stock management priorities.
  • Responsible for ensuring timely payment collections from the trade, reconciliations Partner recoveries.
  • Ensure market working on a regular basis including market intelligence, competitor tracking, conducting reviews and develop good commercial relationship with relevant stakeholders etc

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IEEE-UOG Event in Sialkot

A three-day event that comes up with many technical and non-technical activities and competitions for participants.
In October 2015, for the first time in its history, one of the top economic and industrial hub of Pakistan, the city of Iqbal witnessed a university level spectacularly mega event – IEEE Week 2015 – in which students from more than 17 universities/institutes participated.
This year it is going to be a bigger and better but with a new name, IEEE PIE 2016 @ UOG Sialkot will be a sensational extension to the traditions of IEEE-UOG Sialkot. Three days full of excitement are going to be a great show of technology meeting riot. There is learning, practicing, networking, engaging and last but not the least some extreme level fun.
So folks, mark your calendar to witness another worth-waiting experience.
if you are interested click here

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Mailing the Thank You Lette


What should I put in athanku1 thank you letter? Should I be even sending it, and if yes, then when is the most appropriate time to do so? How should I voice my thanks? These and much more are the queries that trouble even the most experienced job seekers. The reason being not that you don’t know how to thank a company, but the fact that you don’t have the words to do so. As always, to free you from this tight fix we are here with some secrets that can relieve your worry of coming up with a thank you letter that you are often obliged to send.

Diving into the topic, the first thing you need to clear yourself is the timing. A thank you letter is not sent after you receive the confirmation of your job.

Rather, it is emailed immediately after your interview, to thank the hiring company for consideration. A simple note of gratitude expressing your experience with the company. Furthermore, sending a thank you letter doesn’t necessarily mean that you immediately enter into the good books of your employer. On the contrary, if the hiring manager was not impressed by you, it is unlikely the thank you note will even make a difference.

So, does this mean that the letter is useless? Definitely not. Like voicing a thank you to any member of your family, it really doesn’t matter whether you say it or not, but if you do, it highlights your polished grooming and your ethics. Also, you may never know who is seated at the other end of the deal.

What if the employer is one those people who are extremely particular about manners and proper protocol. It is far better to play it safe and send a thank you as a courtesy, instead of being sorry later. Read more at