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experiencenet.com Selects NZ Writerfind

experiencenet.com Selects NZ Writerfind as First Online Source of Communications Services

(media release)

Attn: Editor

For Immediate Release:

experiencenet.com Selects NZ Writerfind as First Online Source of Communications Services

Wellington, New Zealand, September 18, 2001 - experiencenet.com has selected Writerfind.com, Wellington, New Zealand to provide web-based writing, editing and corporate communications services through its site. experiencenet.com, is a leading Internet company that links independent professionals with companies that need them for consulting and contract assignments.

Writerfind.com was the first to introduce a specialised, web-based directory of writing, editing and communications professionals in New Zealand, and it has recently extended its services globally. Through its online directory of professional writers, along with its international job boards, Writerfind links professionals globally with users of their services. experiencenet.com's corporate clients site will now have ready access to Writerfind's services from several points throughout the experiencenet.com site.

"experiencenet.com is excited to be able to offer Writerfind's wealth of expertise in communications, writing and editing to our corporate community as well as our partners," stated Shirley Bartz, E.V.P. of experiencenet.com. "Writerfind's offering will be of value many of our clients, who need on-going writing skills help on several projects".

"We are greatly extending our reach through our partnership with experiencenet.com" said Writerfind's Director, Nicole Bishop. "It's definitely a win-win for professional writers, for experiencenet.com and for Writerfind."

About Writerfind

Founded in 1998 in New Zealand, Writerfind (www.writerfind.com) is an online source of high-level expertise in writing and communications-related services. Through its online directory of professional writers and editors, along with its online job advertising services, Writerfind enables independent professionals to connect globally with users of their services. Originally focused on New Zealand, Writerfind extended its services globally in July 2001. Writerfind currently has a strong Asia-Pacific focus

About experiencenet.com

Founded in 1999, experiencenet.com (www.experiencenet.com) is an Internet community architected to bring organizational human resources needs and independent professionals, including consultants, contractors and freelancers, together quickly and easily. experiencenet.com offers corporate clients a quick and cost-effective method for identifying and contracting with qualified professionals. Independent professionals benefit from experiencenet.com through reduced downtime, reduced management/sales efforts, and greater exposure to organizations that require their skills by maximizing exposure to available opportunities.

======== Media Contacts: Shirley Bartz, E.V.P., experiencenet.com, (952) 449-0550 (shirley@experiencenet.com) Nicole Bishop, Director, Writerfind.com, (64 4 ) 939-0236 (nbishop@writerfind.com)

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