Read about our outstanding company leader

1. Please tell us shortly about yourself.

Hi, I am Anthony Robertson. I have gained a bachelor’s degree in business-related fields in 1999. I started my career at this company as a novice but over the years of successful practice, I've gradually climbed up the career ladder. Now I am a Managing Director with nearly 20 years of experience and numerous industry awards.

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2. What are your hobbies?

When I am not at work, I enjoy spending time with my family. I am lucky to have a beautiful wife and two wonderful children, Jennifer and Michael. I love family dinners, various outings, and sports activities but I also have one favorite hobby. Despite the fact that it is not quite a men’s one, I am passionate about cooking. The cooking process takes my daily stress away and inspires me to create new tastes and recipes and share them with others. Every weekend I pamper my family with something special.

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(Optional) LinkedIn Profile, personal website, or portfolio link.
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Job Title: Be specific.
Company Name and Location: For each position you've held.
Dates of Employment: To show your work history timeline.
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Degree Obtained: E.g., Bachelor of Science in Computer Science.
Institution Name and Location.
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(Optional) Relevant coursework, honors, or extracurriculars.

Soft skills (e.g., "teamwork," "communication").
Hard/technical skills (e.g., "Python," "Adobe Photoshop").
Certifications (if applicable):

Any certifications that pertain to the job you're applying for.
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Publications: If you've published any significant papers or articles.
Conferences: If you've spoken at or attended relevant industry events.
Volunteer Work: Especially if it relates to the job or shows skills you've acquired.
Languages: If you're multilingual and it's pertinent to the job.
Projects: Particularly for roles like software development or design.
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