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As a small team of experts, we will be using the funding to expand our delivery capability with the launch of our community management hub, focused on engaging our customers' target audience with our inbound marketing methodology.
Although the agency immediately offered its assistance to Japan when the disaster hit, it was not until Wednesday that Amano announced he would be sending a small team of experts to help.
The most recent project has been at St Joseph and Ethelreda in Rugeley, where Tony and his small team of experts have painstakingly restored many of the walls and ceilings as well as religious statues and other works of art.
Arts organisations in England face being inspected every three years by a small team of experts who will scrutinise everything from how good their work is to how well they manage their finances.
Although Michelle has little knowledge of the printing sector, she has managed to bring in a small team of experts in the shape of graphic designer and production manager Mark Hunter, who has worked in the North-East as a silk-screen printer for years, and Philip Pugh, a former self-employed business consultant, as sales manager.
If the problem is really complex, a shipyard can put together a small team of experts and come to the ship, even if it is forward deployed, Hugel said.
John Sanfacon leads a small team of experts who are at the hub of McDonald's newly formed global menu network.
A small team of experts from VA Tech managed to get a third and final substation in the Gulf State up and running a day ahead of schedule.