Top Eight Benefits of Barcodes

Barcodes are often overlooked as a method for cutting costs and saving time. A valuable and viable choice for businesses looking to improve efficiency and reduce overhead, barcodes are both cost-effective and reliable.

  1. Barcodes eliminate the possibility of human error. The occurrence of errors for manually entered data is significantly higher than that of barcodes.  A barcode scan is fast and reliable, and takes infinitely less time than entering data by hand.
  2. Using a barcode system reduces employee training time. It takes only minutes to master the hand-held scanner for reading barcodes. Furthermore, employees do not have to gain familiarity with an entire inventory or pricing procedure. This also makes employee training less expensive, since they do not have to be paid for extra training time, and another employee does not have to be compensated for training them.
  3. Barcodes are inexpensive to design and print. Generally they cost mere pennies, regardless of their purpose, or where they will be affixed.  They can be customized economically, in a variety of finishes and materials.
  4. Barcodes are extremely versatile.  They can be used for any kind of necessary data collection.  This could include pricing or inventory information. Additionally, because barcodes can be attached to just about any surface, they can be used to track not only the products themselves, but also outgoing shipments and even equipment.
  5. Inventory control improves.  Because barcodes make it possible to track inventory so precisely, inventory levels can be reduced.  This translates into a lower overheard.  The location of equipment can also be tracked, reducing the time spent searching for it, and the money spent replacing equipment that is presumed lost.
  6. Barcodes provide better data.  Since one barcode can be used for inventory and pricing information, it is possible to quickly obtain data on both. Furthermore, barcodes can be customized to contain other relevant information as needed.  They provide fast, reliable data for a wide variety of applications.
  7. Data obtained through barcodes is available rapidly.  Since the information is scanned directly into the central computer, it is ready almost instantaneously.  This quick turnaround ensures that time will not be wasted on data entry or retrieval.
  8. Barcodes promote better decision making. Because data is obtained rapidly and accurately, it is possible to make more informed decisions.  Better decision making ultimately saves both time and money.

Both inexpensive and user-friendly, barcodes provide an indispensable tool for tracking a variety of data, from pricing to inventory.  The ultimate result of a comprehensive barcoding system is reduction in overhead.

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November 2011 Gatherings by Camelia

“Came” means Business Networking (referral business/business gathering)
welcome to Camelia gatherings

Came 404
7 November 2011 (monday)
Time: 3pm to 5pm
Venue: Old Town White Coffee,Jaya One,Petaling Jaya,Selangor,Malaysia.

Came 405
8 November 2011 (tuesday)
Time: 8pm to 10pm
Venue: Kluang Station,1utama shopping mall,Petaling Jaya,Selangor,Malaysia.

Came 406
11 November 2011 (friday)
Time: 10am to 12pm
Venue: Old Town White Coffee,Ampang Point,Kuala Lumpur,Malaysia.

Came 407
18 November 2011 (friday)
Time: 3pm to 5pm
Venue: Old Town White Coffee,Berjaya Times Square (3rd floor),Jalan Imbi,Kuala Lumpur,Malaysia.
Came 408
21 November 2011 (monday)
Time: 4pm to 6pm
Venue: Old Town White Coffee,Jalan Raja Laut,Kuala Lumpur,Malaysia.

Came 409
24 November 2011 (thursday)
Time: 8pm to 10pm
Venue: Teh Tarik Place,The Curve Shopping Mall,Petaling Jaya,Selangor,Malaysia.

Came 410
27 November 2011
Time : 8pm to 10pm
Venue: KFC Ampang Park Mall, Jalan Ampang,Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Came 411
28 November 2011 (monday)
Time: 3pm to 5pm
Venue: Old Town White Coffee,Taman Midah,Cheras,Kuala Lumpur,Malaysia.

Came 412
28 November 2011 (monday)
Time: 3pm to 5pm
Venue: Mc Donalds,Masjid Jamek,Kuala Lumpur,Malaysia. (Kelana jaya LRT Line station / STARline station)
Came 413
29 November 2011 (tuesday)
Time: 3pm to 5pm
Venue: Station1cafe,Sunway Mentari,Petaling Jaya,Malaysia.(next to Sunway Pyramid mall)

Pls Call /SMS to confirm the date/place/time.
Please give me time to reserve a seat for you.
Do not be LAST MINUTE.I will not entertain you.
You may bring your friends or bosses or spouse.
PLEASE BE PUNCTUAL, Thank you!!

Mobile : 6-016-9795515
Love Camelia
Malaysian Chinese lady

*Venue and time subject to change
*Please pay your drinks / meals
*No entrance fee and no membership

Singapore Budget 2011

April 3, 2011

Singapore Budget 2011

http://www.asiaone.com/Business/News/Story/A1Story20090710-153919.html

http://www.expatistan.com/cost-of-living/comparison/kuala-lumpur/singapore

Slew of Budget goodies unveiled
By Angela Lim – February 18th, 2011

Singaporeans will receive a total of S$6.6 billion of benefits in the 2011 Singapore Budget announced by Finance Minister Tharman Shanmugaratnam on Friday.

$3.2 billion Grow and Share Package: The average Singaporean household will receive S$3,500 from this year’s Budget. This will come from the S$3.2 billion to be spent on the “Grow and Share Package” and S$3.4 billion in longer-term Social Investments for households this year.

All adult Singaporeans will also receive Growth Dividends to share the fruits of last year’s exceptional economic growth. The majority of Singaporeans – 80% – will get $600 to $800 each.

CPF rate revision: The Government will raise the employer contribution rate to CPF accounts by another 0.5 percentage points, from 15.5% to 16%, which will restore the total contribution, rate to 36%. The additional 0.5% will go into the Special Account.

The Government will also revise the CPF salary ceiling from $4,500 to $5,000 per month to keep pace with income growth in recent years. This will align the salary ceiling back to the 80th percentile income, and help middle-income Singaporeans.

Radio and TV licence fees removed permanently: The annual licence fee of S$110 for televisions and S$27 for vehicle radios will be removed with immediate effect. Those who have not paid this year’s fees will not have to make the payment, while a refund will be given to those who have already paid.

Mr Tharman said that’s because the fees are losing their relevance. He said televisions are no longer limited to middle and higher-income groups, with 99 per cent of lower-income households owning them today.

Tax cuts: Singaporeans will receive a personal income tax rebate of 20% for individual resident taxpayers for YA 2011. The rebate will be capped at $2,000. Taxes will be reduced significantly for middle and upper-middle income families. Marginal tax rates will be reduced for first S$120,000 of chargeable income.

Levy increase for foreign workers: The Government will also introduce more levy increases on foreign workers for all sectors this year. Most of the additional measures will be phased in at six-monthly intervals, starting only from 1 January 2012, and extending till 1 July 2013, one year beyond the previous schedule.

S$10 billion home upgrading: $10 billion will be spent to upgrade homes and rejuvenate estates over the next 10 years. This is a major effort to preserve the value of HDB flats and will go towards the Home Improvement Programme (HIP), Neighbourhood Renewal Programme (NRP) and Lift Upgrading Programme (LUP), it will invest up to $55,000 per flat.

Low-income groups will also receive additional housing subsidies to better afford their homes. The Government will set aside S$175 million each year for the new Special CPF Housing Grant to help the bottom 50% Singapore households own their homes.

Source: Dreams & Attitudes: Spore 2011 budget….fantastic!

Corporate Lessons

February 28, 2011

Corporate lessons

by Rahul

 Mon Aug 14, 2006

CORPORATE LESSON #1:

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A man is getting into the shower just as his wife is finishing up her shower when the doorbell rings. After a few seconds of arguing over which one should go and answer the doorbell, The wife gives up, quickly wraps herself up in a towel and runs downstairs. When she opens the door, there stands Bob, The next door neighbor.

Before she says a word, Bob says, “I’ll give you $800 Just to Drop that towel that you have on”. After thinking for a moment, the woman drops her towel and stands n*ked in front of Bob.

Bob has a close look at her for a few seconds, hands over $800 and quietly leaves.

Confused, but excited about her good fortune, the woman wraps back up in the towel and goes upstairs. When she gets back to the bathroom, her husband asks from the shower “Who was that?”

“It was Bob the next door neighbor,” she replies.

“Great,” the husband says, “did he say anything about the $800 he owes me?”

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MORAL OF THE STORY:

Share critical credit information with your Stakeholders to Prevent Avoidable exposure!

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CORPORATE LESSON # 2

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A priest was driving along and saw a nun on the side of the road, he stopped and offered her a lift which she gladly accepted. She got in and crossed her legs, forcing her gown to open and reveal a lovely leg.

The priest had a look and nearly had an accident. After controlling the car, he stealthily slid his hand up her leg. The Nun looked at him and immediately said, “Father, remember psalm 129?”

The priest was flustered and apologized profusely. He forced himself to remove his hand. However, he was unable to remove his eyes from her leg.

Further on, while changing gear, he let his hand slide up her leg again. The nun once again said, “Father, remember Psalm 129?”

Once again the priest apologized. “Sorry sister, but the mind is weak.”

Arriving at the convent, the nun got out, gave him a meaningful glance and went on her way. On his arrival at the Church, the Priest rushed to retrieve a bible and looked up psalm 129.

It Said, “Go forth and seek; further up, you will find Glory.”

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MORAL OF THE STORY:

Always be well informed in your job; or, you might Miss great Opportunities!

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CORPORATE LESSON # 3

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There were these 4 guys, a Russian, a German, an American and a French, who found this small genie bottle. When they Rubbed the Bottle, a genie appears.

Thankful that the 4 guys had Released him Out of the bottle, he said, “Next to you all are 4 Swimming pools,

I will give each of you a wish. When you run towards the pool and Jump, you shout What you want the pool of water to become, then your wish will come true.”

The French wanted to start. He ran towards the pool, jumped and shouted WINE”. The pool immediately changed into a Pool of wine.

The Frenchman was so happy swimming and drinking from the pool.

Next is the Russian’s turn, he did the same and shouted, “VODKA” and immersed himself into a pool of vodka.

The German was next and he jumped and shouted, “BEER”. He was so contented with his beer pool.

The last is the American. He was running towards the Pool when Suddenly he steps on a banana peel. He slipped towards The pool
And shouted, “CRAP !!!!!!!………”

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MORAL OF THE STORY:

Mind your language, you never Know what it will land you in.

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CORPORATE LESSON # 4

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A young executive was leaving the office at 6 PM when he found the CEO standing in front of a paper shredder with a piece of paper in his hand.

“Listen,” said the CEO, “this is a very sensitive and important document and my secretary has left. Can you make this thing Work?”

“Certainly, Sir” said the young executive. He turned the machine on, inserted the paper, and pressed the start button.

“Excellent, excellent!” said the CEO as his paper disappeared inside the machine.”I just need one copy.”

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MORAL OF THE STORY:

Never, ever assume that your BOSS knows everything.

http://www.fropki.com/corporate-lessons-vt2873.html

Hedonism accelerates corruption
John Haba, Jakarta | Thu, 02/10/2011

“Nature has placed mankind under the governance of two sovereign masters, pain and pleasure. It is for them alone to point out what we ought to do, as well as to determine what we shall do” (Jeremy Bentham).

Corruption in Indonesia today is rampant and dismantling most living elements of the society. Serious endeavors to eradicate corruption have been launched since the Sukarno era.

The famous and powerful Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) was established under the administration of president Megawati Soekarnoputri. Corruption or abuse of power can be traced to many factors, one of them being the adoration of hedonism. Referencing philosophical concepts from the Ancient Greek era developed by icons such as Aristotle, Plato, Epicurus and Democritus, hedonism (hedone) means “pleasure” and is a philosophical foundation that underlines gratification as the cardinal aspect of life. The core idea of hedonism is that pleasure is good and desperately needed by human beings.

Hedonism is generally divided into three major categories: psychological hedonism, ethical hedonism and rational hedonism. Psychological hedonism states that one vital element in human life is to find pleasure and minimize pain. Ethical hedonism is the way people establish their own methods to achieve pleasure by adopting any means necessary. Rational hedonism is set up with certain standards to meet pleasure.

Hedonism as a set ideology was further developed under the influence of two historic philosophers: Jeremy Bentham (1748-1832) and John Stuart Mill (1806-1873). The 19th century philosophers Bentham and Mill laid down their ideas of hedonism through the ethical theory of Utilitarianism. In Bentham’s view, hedonism is “a pleasure that could be understood by multiplying its intensity and duration”.

The density and duration are more important than its numbers. Most known by “quantitative concepts”, Bentham introduced six indicators to identify what pleasure is all about: certainty, uncertainty, duration, intensity, remoteness, fecundity and purity (Bentham, J. 1789, An Introduction to the Principles of Morals and Legislation). Bentham and Mill prescribed that “Utilitarian value stands as a precursor to hedonistic values in all that action should achieve great amounts of happiness”.

Mill proclaimed his “qualitative approach” to understanding pleasure. In Mill’s words, “there are different levels of pleasure, and that pleasure of a higher quality has more value than pleasure of a lower value”.

Taking Indonesia as a nation that claims itself to be a “religious” society, very often pleasure is used to justify misconduct. This is a misleading perception to put God in the center of argument. But bad behavior evolving through the history of the nation proves that what we are doing is quite different from God’s wishes. This sort of ideology develops through human civilization. It subsequently comes out with contradictory paradigms.

Advocates of hedonism adore consumerism as a strong token of social achievement. Therefore, any effort to gain more consumer goods is highly demanded and respected. On the contrary, those who gain less are classified as misfortunate. These stereotypes penetrate deeply within Indonesian society, where, respect for others is basically measured by the amount of luxury goods possessed.

Amid uncertainty over attempts to cripple down corruption, some social scholars pose ideas to introduce what is named as “shame culture”. Shame culture refers mainly to a common awareness not to disparage values and norms operating in a society. Simultaneously, fellow citizens are obligated “to oversee” how others behave, either in the public or in bureaucratic realms. This mode of social control will not receive support because it intercepts basic human rights of citizens. From a judicial point of view, efforts to eradicate corruption here are still basically going nowhere. The reason for this is the growing skepticism in society on moral standards for people and institutions involved in the corruption eradication drive.

Wandering around in the crossroads, the war on corruption then prompts efforts to promote religious teachings for children as well as adults. Both moral and religious enforcements are a failure compared with the people’s demands for corruption eradication. Pleasure is nothing to be hidden, but the way material goods are gained has led to corruption with perpetrators breaking laws and stealing things they are not entitled to.

Seemingly law enforcement is not the right weapon to torpedo widespread corruption. Hedonism in the minds of Bentham, Mill, Plato and other philosophers was not conceptualized to be adopted mistakenly. Not to put blame simply on hedonism as a push factor to engage in corrupt acts, but to a certain extent, misperceptions on hedonism is accelerating corrupt conduct in the community at large.
Hedonism is permitted by any religious or philosophical standpoint, but misusing hedonism to paralyze moral and religious obligations is certainly to be judged as a crime against humanity.

Unfortunately, corrupt people are not aware that corruption and hedonism are two sides of one coin.

The writer is a research professor at Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI), Jakarta.

http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2011/02/10/hedonism-accelerates-corruption.html

December 2010 Gatherings by Camelia

“Came” means Business Networking (referral business/business gathering)

welcome to Camelia gatherings

Came 291
20 December 2010 (monday)
Time: 8pm to 10pm
Venue: Old Town White Coffee, Wisma UOA II,(Bangsar LRT Putraline),Kuala Lumpur,Malaysia.

Came 292
23 December 2010 (thursday)
Time: 8pm to 10pm
Venue: Old Town White Coffee,USJ Summit Mall,Petaling Jaya, Selangor,Malaysia.

Came 293
26 December 2010 (sunday)
Time: 2pm to 4pm
Venue: Old Town White Coffee,Sungai Wang Plaza (entrance),Jalan Bukit Bintang,Kuala Lumpur,Malaysia.

Came 294
27 December 2010 (monday)
Time: 6pm to 8pm
Venue: Station One Cafe, Sunway Mentari, PJS, Petaling Jaya, Selangor,Malaysia.

Came 295
27 December 2010 (monday)
Time: 8pm to 10pm
Venue: Station One Cafe, Sunway Mentari, PJS, Petaling Jaya, Selangor,Malaysia.

Came 296
29 December 2010(wednesday)
Time: 2pm to 4pm
Venue: Old Town White Coffee,Kelana Mall,LDP,Petaling Jaya, Selangor,Malaysia.(next to Giant Kelana Jaya)

Came 297
29 December 2010 (wednesday)
Time: 8pm to 10pm
Venue : Burger King,Masjid Jamek,Kuala Lumpur,Malaysia. (next to STAR LRT / PUTRALINE LRT)

Pls Call /SMS to confirm the date/place/time.

Please give me time to reserve a seat for you.

Do not be LAST MINUTE.I will not entertain you.

You may bring your friends or bosses or spouse.

PLEASE BE PUNCTUAL, Thank you!!

Mobile : 6-016-9795515
Love Camelia
Malaysian Chinese lady

*Venue and time subject to change
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Welcome to Camelia’s gatherings..

network yr way Rich..and make new friends…and also got CHANCE 2 meet me lor!!

PLEASE COME AND MEET me in person.

NO CHILDREN ALLOWED. OPEN to above 19years old.

NO ENTRY FEEs. NO COVER CHARGE.

“WORD OF MOUTH” advertising..ha haha …is more powerful than reading blogs and websites…

Drinks n Food – DUTCH/pay your drinks and own meals.

During social or business networking gatherings…WE are united, harmony and peace…make new friends. Build networking with my friends. Promote your company. Sell your products here. Share informations here….also you build your OWN community/networking.

Camelia says “I believe more friends talk MORE, MORE, MORE…about products/services/ others… create MORE VALUE and WEALTH, …that way, you can make MORE $$$.”

DURING gatherings…

We talk investment overseas…
We talk mother’s experiences
We talk opportunities business online
We talk sponsorships
We talk licensing
We talk about government projects….which…
We talk about jobs vacancy and recuritment
We talk MLM businesses
We talk creative ideas….
We talk about jobs…

We talk about politics
We talk about elections….and money
We talk about oversea investment

We talk about dirty jokes ha haha We talk about grandma’s stories
We talk …what politics???
We talk about food and yummy delicious dishes
We talk about UFOs encounters, mysteries, what NONESENSE stories
We talk about GOD, religions, customs and …cultures.

Camelia will not be held any responsibilities of any business/contracts (misdeed/misconduct/Scams/cheats/illegal/others wrong transactions) between friends and others during or after of my gatherings.

Game Over

October 21, 2010

Donald Trump – Think Big

October 21, 2010

Donald Trump – Think Big

Your Money: Trump’s Advice

Donald Trump: Thought on Entrepreneurs

Money

May 21, 2010

So you think that money is the root of all evil? Have you ever asked what is the root of money? Money is a tool of exchange, which can’t exist unless there are goods produced and men able to produce them. Money is the material shape of the principle that men who wish to deal wlth one another must deal by trade and give value for value. Money is not the tool of the moochers, who claim your product by tears or of the looters, who take it from you by force. Money is made possible only by the men who produce. Is this what you consider evil? -AYN RAND, Atlas Shrugged

The lack of money is the root of all evil.-MARK TWAIN, Mark Twain’s Notebook

Las Vegas is the only place I know where money really talks–it says, “Goodbye.” -FRANK SINATRA, The Joker Is Wild

We teach children to save their money. As an attempt to counteract thoughtless and selfish expenditure, that has value. But it is not positive; it does not lead the child into the safe and useful avenues of self-expression or self-expenditure. To teach a child to invest and use is better than to teach him to save.-HENRY FORD, My Life and Work

A nickel ain’t worth a dime anymore.-YOGI BERRA

Few men have virtue enough to withstand the highest bidder.-GEORGE WASHINGTON

Focusing your life solely on making a buck shows a poverty of ambition. It asks too little of yourself. And it will leave you unfulfilled.-BARACK OBAMA, speech, Jul. 12, 2006

Wealth makes an ugly person beautiful to look on and an incoherent speech eloquent; and wealth alone can enjoy pleasure even in sickness and can conceal its miseries.-SOPHOCLES, The Sons of Aleus [fragment]

No matter how successful a relationship may be, both sexually and emotionally, the lack of money can hamper and undermine, little by little, even the greatest passion.-LAURA ESQUIVEL, Swift as Desire

Home life ceases to be free and beautiful as soon as it is founded on borrowing and debt.-HENRIK IBSEN, A Doll’s House

I do not like money, money is the reason we fight.-KARL MARX

Money is a needful and precious thing, and when well used, a noble thing, but I never want you to think it is the first or only prize to strive for. I’d rather see you poor men’s wives, if you were happy, beloved, contented, than queens on thrones, without self-respect and peace.-LOUISA MAY ALCOTT, Little Women

When I had money, money, O!
I knew no joy till I went poor;
For many a false man as a friend
Came knocking all day at my door. -WILLIAM HENRY DAVIES, Money

Riches are a good handmaid, but the worst mistress.-FRANCIS BACON, De Augmentis Scientiarum

The holy passion of friendship is so sweet and steady and loyal and enduring in nature that it will last through a whole lifetime, if not asked to lend money.-MARK TWAIN, The Tragedy of Pudd’nhead Wilson

Money is worth what it will help you to produce or buy and no more.-HENRY FORD, My Life and Work

A big part of not having money as a kid isn’t that you haven’t the stuff you want. It isn’t being without heat, or the phone and electric company sending cut-off notices. It’s lying in bed late at night worrying. You feel ashamed that your family is so radically different. Other families had stable lives and nice homes they could invite their friends to visit. Those things didn’t happen in our family. So it was a little bit like embarrassment on top of embarrassment. But the worst is that, even more than food and shelter, you worried about your parents’ anxiety, which was palpable in the house. It sounds crazy, but I’m grateful for all that now. It gave me a really good work ethic and sympathy for the majority of people who aren’t rich. I feel in touch with their lives.-SARAH JESSICA PARKER, Sam Magazine, 2005

Money … is like a beautiful thoroughbred horse–very powerful & always in action, but unless this horse is trained when very young, it will be an out-of-control & dangerous animal when it grows to maturity.-DAVE RAMSEY, Financial Peace Revisited

Powerful to alleviate, to delay, to camouflage, though money is, in the end it lets us down.-CARYLL HOUSELANDER, The Reed of God

Money doesn’t spend in hell…. The devil deals in a different coin.-LAURELL K. HAMILTON, Blue Moon

Riches are for spending.-FRANCIS BACON, Essays

Love and money should properly have nothing to do with each other.-JOHN SAUL, Guardian

I’ll acquaint you with the first ironclad rule of the enormously wealthy: Never spend one’s own money.-MARK FROST, The List of Seven

Money … those who don’t have enough of it are only aware of what it can buy them. When you finally have enough of it you become aware–acutely aware–of all the things it can’t buy … the really important things … like youth, health, love, peace of mind.-F. PAUL WILSON, The Tomb

When money talks, nobody cares what kind of grammar it uses.-ROBERT ELLIOTT GONZALES, Poems and Paragraphs

Nothing in the world is as mobile as capital. It can move anywhere in the world instantaneously.-BARNEY FRANK, Q&A at National Press Club, Jul. 29, 2009

Rule No. 1: Never lose money.
Rule No. 2: Never forget rule No. 1.
WARREN BUFFET, The Tao of Warren Buffet

This BLOG is Networking Community and Information on people, gatherings, events and others. All the content in this blog are news or business tips,from websites or articles…and fr friends..

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Welcome to Camelia’s gatherings..

network yr way Rich..and make new friends…and also got CHANCE 2 meet me lor!!

PLEASE COME AND MEET me in person.

NO CHILDREN ALLOWED. OPEN to above 19years old.

NO ENTRY FEEs. NO COVER CHARGE.

“WORD OF MOUTH” advertising..ha haha …is more powerful than reading blogs and websites…

Drinks n Food – DUTCH/pay your drinks and meals.

During social or business networking gatherings…WE are united, harmony and peace…make new friends. Build networking with my friends. Promote your company. Sell your products here. Share informations here….also you build your OWN community/networking.

Camelia says “I believe more friends talk MORE, MORE, MORE…about products/services/ others… create MORE VALUE and WEALTH, …that way, you can make MORE $$$.”

DURING gatherings…

We talk investment overseas…
We talk mother’s experiences
We talk opportunities business online
We talk sponsorships
We talk licensing
We talk about government projects….which…
We talk about jobs vacancy and recuritment
We talk MLM businesses
We talk creative ideas….
We talk about jobs…

We talk about politics
We talk about elections….and money
We talk about oversea investment

We talk about dirty jokes ha haha We talk about grandma’s stories
We talk …what politics???
We talk about food and yummy delicious dishes
We talk about UFOs encounters, mysteries, what NONESENSE stories
We talk about GOD, religions, customs and …cultures.

Camelia will not be held any responsibilities of any business/contracts (misdeed/misconduct/Scams/cheats/illegal/others wrong transactions) between friends and others during or after of my gatherings.

Pls Call /SMS to confirm the date/place/time.Please give me time to reserve a seat for you. Do not be LAST MINUTE. I will not entertain you. You may bring your friends or bosses or spouse.

PLEASE BE PUNCTUAL, Thank you!!

Mobile : 6-016-9795515

Love Camelia
Malaysian Chinese lady

Ecofren Gatherings BLOG : http://ecofrennetwork.blogspot.com/