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untilProductivity requires discipline and is a great quality to have, especially for busy business travellers and digital nomads who need to be super efficient with their time. When you're crossing time zones, meeting with clients and spending a lot of time on an aeroplane, you need the best productivity hacks to keep you, and your innovative ideas ahead of the game. Get practical tips on what tools they use on a day-to-day basis as well as discussing how they stay innovative on the go. We’ll discuss: Work and life hacks including new tech, apps and techniques to save time and energy How best to manage timezones, scheduling meetings and connecting with others to get the job done whilst traveling Designing your work day, optimising your workflow and managing projects Join us for a panel discussion with leading productivity thought leaders, entrepreneurs and innovators to answer these questions, helping you innovate smarter and play harder! When: Monday, April 21st 7-9PM Where: *SCAPE Gallery, Level 5, 2 Orchard Link, Singapore Admission is Free! Make sure you reserve your seat by registering here: https://generalassemb.ly/education/productivity-hacks-for-innovators-on-the-go/singapore/22766 Our panel will be moderated by Joshua Zerkel, Director of Global Community, Channels and Training at Evernote. After the discussion, you'll also learn how you can get more involved in the Evernote community.
This has been going in since August when I expressed my desire to be removed from Evernote APAC/ SEA team's e-mail list. Should I mention the names of the 'specialists' who keeps sending me e-mails? I created a ticket with Evernote.com; they said I should uncheck the communication preferences from my profile settings - which I have!!! I created 2 more tickets following the continuous assault since August, Evernote.com has chosen to ignore my tickets. I don't know how things work in America. But in Hong Kong, sending unsolicited e-mails and ignoring the person's unsubscribe request is a serious breach of the communications protection framework. The reason why I don't want Evernote sales people to talk to us is because: 1. The Evernote APAC team conducts seminars in Chinese (Our team of mostly expats don't read/ speak fluently). 2. The Evernote system/ sharing methods doesn't work with in our corporate environment. 3. Evernote Business has refused to offer us some trial accounts back in May 2013 when we were exploring various vendors. Salesforce, Basecamp, Atlassian, and some other startups have all been able to provide some means of evaluation. 4. Our current solution is working really well, I don't foresee us changing platforms for the next 3 years, we signed SLAs with your competitors. We've written all our staff guides and training materials already. The content of their e-mails are always the same: workshops/ seminars/ meetups/ corporate events in Hong Kong. Who do I need to speak to get myself removed??