Strategies for Successful Collaborations – Part 1 #SocialCafe 7.15
#SocialCafe Chat Topic: Strategies for Successful Collaborations - Part 1
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Online Tools for Successful Collaborations w/@SanaKnightly #SocialCafe 7.14
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Strategies for Successful Collaborations - Part 2 #SocialCafe 7.16
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This SocialWebCafe Twitter Event is about Strategies for Successful Collaborations - Part 1.
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About this Topic/Event
This is the first of a two week process of identifying and defining strategies that will help us in our collaborative efforts as well as helping us to come up with ideas for those collaborations!
Come join us and let’s get this ball rolling, adding strategies to our repertoire that continues from last week and our #SocialCafe chat about collaboration tools!
Twitter Event Details
- Date: 04/10/2018
- Time: 6:00 pm PST/PDT (9:00 pm EST/EDT).
- Hashtag: #SocialCafe
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