ASSIGNMENT ID
136152
SUBJECT AREA Business
CREATED ON 23rd March 2017
COMPLETED ON 26th March 2017
PRICE
$35
16 OFFERS RECEIVED.
Expert hired: chelahmilcah

Admission Statement

Please see attached document for instructions and my general resume is attached.
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23 March 2017
User created a project for Business
23 March 2017
16 experts responded
23 March 2017
User contacted expert chelahmilcah
23 March 2017
User hired expert chelahmilcah who offered a price of $35 for the project and has experience doing similar projects
26 March 2017
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26 March 2017
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26 March 2017
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