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Organization: CE(European Institutions)
Policy and Communication Expert, involved in several projects in the international relations area (international trade, CSR- Corporate Social Responsibility, FDI - Foreign Direct Investment, Technological Innovation, etc.)
Lived and worked in Spain, Belgium, the Czech Republic and Romania; involved in monthly projects in Germany, Hungary, Colombia and the USA.
The following infographic was compiled by MBAPrograms.com and it showcases some recent and interesting findings on how corporations are tackling social media. Initially skeptical of it’s use for business purposes, it appears many have adopted the two-way communication mindset during this modern age of information and relationship building. https://exploreb2b.com/articles/social-media-is-going-corporate-infograp...
The European Parliament’s popularity in social media has rocketed in recent years despite a drop in citizens’ confidence in political parties and a decreasing turnout at European elections. A number of tricks to attract fans on Facebook and Twitter help explain this contradiction.
We all heard a lot of good news coming from Latin America lately, news on their economic improvement, news on the internationalisation of their SMEs and lowering unemployment rates. One of the key factors to achieve all that is definitely technological innovation, but also education and access to capital.
In recent years, social media has continued to grow exponentially in Latin America. According to a study published by ECLAC (UN), Latin American executives use social networks, Facebook and Twitter primarily, to communicate with clients and providers.