Hardcastle, who is regarded as one of the country's leading commercial and marketing experts, will focus on developing the Bulls brand and building the fan base among families and children as well as creating new opportunities for women in rugby league.
What does NOW stand for?
NOW stands for New Opportunities for Women
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We have 92 other meanings of NOW in our Acronym Attic
- Navy Orderwire
- Negotiable Order of Withdrawal
- Neighbors on Watch (various locations)
- NetApp on the Web
- NetExpert Object Workspace (OSI)
- Network of the World (website)
- Network Of Workstations
- Network On Wheels (ADC Telecommunications - GSM)
- Network-grade Optical Wireless (Triton Network Systems)
- Never Open Wide
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Advanced ICT education and skills in women, combined with the sectoral knowledge such as healthcare, language skills and business management, would open new opportunities for women to play their due role in the nation building process.
We are supporting the Ministry of Labor's work from home program, which will provide new opportunities for women who want to join the workforces but are unable to leave their homes.
The five-year program, known as NICARIBE, seeks to create new opportunities for women, young people and indigenous communities in the autonomous regions of the Northern and South Atlantic departments.
Fakeih said they would include efforts to develop the skills of Saudi workers, informing the private sector about qualified Saudi jobseekers and opening new opportunities for women.
Feminists need not be anxious about science, Saunders avers, because it may reveal information about human action and motivation that can be useful in opening up new opportunities for women.
Because state-of-the-art instruments and equipment have made the industry less physical in nature and more academic, this is opening up new opportunities for women who want to pursue four-year university degrees.