Please help for check gammer

-Meeting with clients in Beijing, Shanghai, Hangzhou, Dongguan with managing director & follow up the draft contract.

-Meeting with Hong Kong Trade Development Council arrange Expo. in Shanghai & Chengdu. Follow up booth setup with contractor.

-Represented company to attend the expo., represent to the client the scope of services & the current projects & past projects.

Update:

All above will show on the resume piont by piont.

Update 2:

No need whole sentence.

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    1 decade ago
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    If you write this in preparing your resume, that means everything you mentioned above has happened. It is better to use past tense instead of Gerund to present.

    - Met clients in Beijing, Shanghai, Hangzhou, Dongguan with managing director and followed up the contract drafts.

    - Met with Hong Kong Trade Development Council to arrange Expo in both Shanghai and Chengdu.

    - Followed up booth setup with contractor.

    - Represented company to attend the expo, presenting to clients the scope of our services and well as current and past projects.

  • 1 decade ago

    first of all, none of them have a noun. WHAT or WHO is meeting with the clients and representing the company to attend the expo? Ok, so I will just assume is you who will be meeting the clients.

    I will be meeting the clients in Beijing, Shanghai, Hangzhou, Dongguan along with the managing director and to follow up on the draft contract.

    I will be meeting with the Hong Kong Trade Development Council to arrange the expo in Shanghai and Chengdu and to follow up on the booth setup with the contractor.

    I will represent the company to attend the expo. and present the scope of services and the current and past projects to the clients.

    I hope that helps! =)

    2006-11-03 06:51:12 補充:

    for the last one, if it says "represented" then it shouldnt be presenting, it should be "presented"

    Source(s): myself...who lives in the US
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