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When: Tuesday 19 April
6:30pm - 9:00pm
Where: BELCHAM | Belgian-American Chamber of Commerce
1177 Avenue of the Americas, 7th floor
New York, New York  10036
United States

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            19 April 2016


Recently arrived in the States? Looking for a job? Or looking for a change of direction in your New York career?

Belinda Jackson, of Working in the USA who has been living and working in NYC for ten years has provided advice to many Aussies who have made the move to the States. She will be presenting an informative session about how to find your next job in the USA.

Belinda's presentation will be followed by a panel discussion featuring three successful Australians who will share their insights into carving out careers in the USA. The panel includes:
Makos Moya, Dino Sawaya and Kaylie Stansfield. Read more about the panel members.

Learn how to:

●      Prepare your Resume

●      Hone your Interview Skills

●      Repackage yourself for a New Role

●      Network and Uncover the Hidden Job Market

●      Navigate the Cultural Differences between Workplaces in Australia and America

This event is open to men and women. 

Tuesday, 19 April, 2016
6:30pm for 7:00pm start

BELCHAM | Belgian-American Chamber of Commerce
177 Avenue of the Americas, 7th floor
New York, NY 10036
$15 members / $20 non-members
Includes refreshments



With over 20 years experience, Belinda has developed a broad range of skills as a Business Consultant to organizations of all sizes in many sectors. Since arriving in New York City she has developed a diverse consulting business, Prosell International, which provides a range of advice from assisting international companies in developing their market entry strategy in the USA to improving the profitability of established organizations.

Her client base ranges from sole operators to large corporations. Previous and current clients include: NBC Comcast, Dell Computers, News Corporation, Telstra and British Telecom to name a few. Some industries she has worked with include hospitality, retail, telecoms, health, publishing, manufacturing, banking, airlines and digital media.

Her personal passion is in the people development space. She frequently advises Human Resources Departments, as well as provides career coaching guidance to individuals. At this event she will be sharing many tips she has learnt since arriving in the Big Apple.

“I am so grateful to have had B.J. as a business mentor in the USA. She has provided me with invaluable career advice and coached me, as an Australian in New York City, to successfully navigate the American business world. With her bright personality and astute business knowledge, I am forever impressed how her networks extend across such a broad range of industries.” –Nathan Subramanian

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 The American Australian Association strengthens and encourages ties 
between the United States and Australia through corporate, educational, economic, 
social and cultural activities and people to people exchange.

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