Monday, December 03, 2007

Networking Is Going Global

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Whether you live in Kansas or Kuala Lumpur, networking is going global and many Chamber organizations in the United States are encouraging it. Why?
Sharing ideas on a regular basis helps support economic development, job creation and the marketing efforts of area cities.

But for many chamber organizations in Greater Kansas City, networking is going global.

The potential for tapping into huge overseas markets, including India and China, is becoming increasingly important for chamber members, particularly ones with expertise in the biosciences and information technology.
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1 comment:

Nadine (at solstice54.wordpress.com) said...

You are so right. Networking is a powerful tool. I am a freelance translator & conference interpreter based in France, and through LinkedIn and Facebook I have been able to connect (and indeed do a little business) with individuals across the Atlantic.