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# 177183 25-Jul-2015 14:22
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We are about to launch our home automation products in New Zealand. These are amazing products and helping people to achieve a smart life. Please refer to our YouTube link for our home automation solution ( 

Now we are sceduling to start up a company in New Zealand. However, as all my team members are not permanent resident here. We want to enroll one NZ citizen/permanent resident to be our director in order to found a company.

As regard to the work scope of the director, in short term, we are preparing for an up coming exhibition in Auckland city. If you enroll in, you will help us on the exhibition. Besides, you will also work with us seeking cooperation company. (our home automation solution is compatible with other company's products).
Moreover, no need to enroll in as full-time. We all join as part-time.

Speaking of the benefit of taking this role, no matter our project succeed or not, you can take advantage of this title and experience without risking your own money. In addition, if we succeed and start to make profit, the team will get share in return.

We are seeking someone who 1)have passion for home automation 2)responsible *3)NZ Citizen/permanent resident 4)in Auckland region (better in Albany)

If it sounds interesting to you, please send me a message with your reply of below questions:(No need to send your CV)
1)What do you think about home automation?
2)Please briefly share your idea who are the potential clients of home automation? and how will you turn them to be your clients?

I will provide more information as well as our business proposal if you enroll in. Thanks.

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  # 1351624 25-Jul-2015 15:10
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I'm not sure having a promo video where two parents leave their child at home alone to go for a run  is a great product endorsement

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