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ThinkTWENTY20 Winter Issue

Published on: Dec 19, 2020

Working at home, virtual meetings and, increasingly, virtual conferences have become the norm. This has meant that companies have had to find new ways of communicating and holding virtual events. The phenomenon of Zoom and its ascent to becoming one of the most favoured of communications vehicles is well known. But we felt that there are many other vehicles gaining more prominence, including social media and numerous other brands of communications software. So, we made an attempt to explore this area in this issue. We got some interesting insight from several sources. Also, we looked into the use of social media for communicating with corporate stakeholders and found that it’s gaining usage as well.

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