Connecting Women in Technology #CWTNetworking

Connecting Women in Technology (CWT) is a cross industry network, which includes Avaya, Cisco, Dell, Google, HP, IBM, Intel and Microsoft. The network collaborates to encourage women to find role models and mentors, share best practice through networking, and provide a supportive environment to connect. CWT’s purpose is to send a strong message to the […]

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Connected Business #ConnectedBiz

#ConnectedBiz is the Twitter hashtag for Enterprising Barnsley’s annual conference Connected Business – Making Online Work For Your Bottom Line. The event tomorrow will be Enterprising Barnsley’s third conference, and I’m delighted to be asked back after speaking at their first event in 2012. Clockwise from top left in Enterprising Barnsley’s photo of the line-up: […]

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Networking in the Digital Age #MFWsocial

#MFWsocial is the Twitter hashtag for Morrison & Foerster (MoFo) Women London’s event this Wednesday 10 September – Networking in the Digital Age: Social Media is just another way to talk. I will be speaking alongside MoFo Women London’s chair, Sue McLean, on how to incorporate social media into business networking. In keeping with the […]

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Beware of Spam LinkedIn Email

Pause before you click! The image on the left is a screenshot from my phone. At first glance, at the From, the LinkedIn headline and formatting, it looks genuine. However, I always make sure to pause because clicking on a link, and during that pause I was surprised to see the email addressed “Dear LinkedIn […]

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4 Publishing on LinkedIn – Pros and Cons

When LinkedIn started the rollout of its publishing platform earlier this year, I asked: is publishing on LinkedIn a privilege or a pain? A few months on, most seem to think the latter! But there are some positive experiences to share too… Tipping the scales towards Pain: Charles Christian, Award-winning legal technology journalist I’ve published […]

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