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Meeting people in real life is the best way to make connections.
Speaking at one of Fryday's events is a very good way for you to promote your expertise and your brand.
Companies attending Fryday do so first of all to find clients and talent
Employers come to Fryday to find talent and the talent come to Fryday to find employment.
Fryday's members possess great expertise in many fields of business; meeting them, attending Fryday trainings and following Fryday online will boost your knowledge and expertise.
Being part of a network of professionals will provide you with continuous career opportunities.
Many companies prefer to work with freelancers for smaller projects where they need specialised talent. Fryday is an excellent platform for companies to find those specialists and for freelancers to find the companies that needs them.
Investors, aspiring entrepreneurs and start-ups flock to Fryday looking for money, partners, clients and talent. As a member you can meet them in person.
Fryday doesn't require continuous presence, annual membership fees, pre-registrations but encourage its members to be flexible and use Fryday for the purposes that fits the interest of the member.
Fryday provides an excellent platform for expert speakers, blog contributors, trainers and socialites. The opportunity to become a local celebrity is there for you.
Belize was the site of several Mayan city states until their decline at the end of the first millennium A.D. The British and Spanish disputed the region in the 17th and 18th centuries; it formally became the colony of British Honduras in 1854. Territorial disputes between the UK and Guatemala delayed the independence of Belize until 1981. Guatemala refused to recognize the new nation until 1992 and the two countries are involved in an ongoing border dispute. Tourism has become the mainstay of the economy. Current concerns include the country's heavy foreign debt burden, high unemployment, growing involvement in the Mexican and South American drug trade, high crime rates, and one of the highest HIV/AIDS prevalence rates in Central America.