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Connecting business by collaborating on content - Flightdec

Connecting business and organisations by collaborating on content - Flightdec

By By Peter Kerr for sticK

(sticK - 6 August 2013 ) One of the small ironies of the internet-enabled world is that it is meant to bring communities of interest closer together.

And while there’s Facebook and Twitter and other social media connectors, no one has really cracked the wider challenge of business and other organisational groups sharing and supporting each other.

Everyone operates in a silo – even though such groups share the same interests, philosophies, (often) customers, export outlook, motivations and success stories.

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