Link globally, act locally

Clawson, Trevor
September 2007
Director;Sep2007, Vol. 61 Issue 2, p52
The article focuses on the services offered by business-oriented networks or Web 2.0 to business enterprises including recruitment, foreign expansion and global trading. According to the author, business-oriented networks such as LinkedIn, XING and Viadeo offer personal and professional information, exchange contact slips and set up communities with like-minded people.


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