Agent General

An Agent-General was the representative in the United Kingdom of the government of a British colony in Jamaica, Nigeria, Canada, South Africa, Australia or New Zealand and subsequently, of a Nigerian Region, Canadian Province or an Australian State in the United Kingdom. Nigeria, Australia and Canada's federal governments were represented by High Commissions.Starting in 1886 Canadian provinces and the federal government also appointed agents general to Paris. The first, Hector Fabre, was dispatched by the province of Quebec but was asked by the federal government to represent all of Canada.
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  • Can Marketers Learn from Old School Real Estate Agents?

    … marketing relied on three general marketing techniques: literature drops, door knocking, and cold calling. Sure, there are others, but those are the big three and, well, you can’t really argue with results. Frankly, if these approaches didn’t work, the industry would have stopped using them long ago. I know what you’re thinking; I’m a content…

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