Gamrai Consultants Pte Ltd was established in Singapore in 2008 to provide professional business support for customers with literary needs including ghost writing, business plans, electronic distribution of written articles and materials, and backroom support for facilities such as print on demand, Desktop Publishing, and ePublication.
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Gamrai is dedicated to:
> The Eloquence and Precision of the Written Word
> Meeting the work and schedule requirements of its clients
> Providing English written materials that are professional
Oct 10, 2014|Creative Writing|$164|Completed
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Apr 22, 2014|Creative Writing|$493|Completed
Apr 6, 2014|Creative Writing|$384|Completed
Gamrai was established by U.S. Citizen Paul F Hogan, a native of Boston, Massachusetts. Mr. Hogan has the following educational qualifications:
> B.A. English Literature University of Massachusetts Boston-1970
> 18 Credit Hours towards MA in Medieval/Renaissance Literature Boston College-1971 to 1974 (no degree conferred)
>MBA National University, San Diego, California-1993
Mr. Hogan was employed by General Electric Aircraft Engines (now GE Aviation) from 1965 to 2005, spending the last thirty years in on-site customer support of GE's turbojet, turbofan, and turboshaft engines for worldwide military and commercial aircraft fleets including assignments in Iran (1975-1978), Jordan (1980-1983), Germany (1983-1988), San Diego, CA (1988-1995), and Singapore (1995-2005).
In 2005, Mr. Hogan retired from General Electric and chose to remain in Singapore where his final position had been as Regional Director for Commercial Field Service for the Asia/Pacific/China region.
During his foreign assignments, Mr. Hogan availed himself of the in-country resources to study the cultural, social and historical heritages of his host countries.
After retirement, Mr. Hogan concentrated on the links between literary intellectual rights and artistic commercial rights, concluding that the new technologies of electronic media distribution and publication offered great opportunities for literary authors to retain control of the commercial aspects of their endeavors thus increasing...
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