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Understanding current business and built environment themes is essential for today's organisations and professionals.
Knowing where to start can be confusing, but this blog can provide a no nonsense awareness to what matters today.
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Category Archives: social media
@klout May 10 To all of our fans: after careful consideration we have decided to shut down the Klout website & the Klout Score. This will happen on May 25, 2018. It has been a pleasure serving you, and thank you … Continue reading →
Twitter has changed the way we can view favourites, and indeed view other peoples favourites in our timelines. With so much great information, comment and experiences now shared across twitter, particularly for me in the sustainability, BIM, construction and CSR … Continue reading →
What can social media offer in support of Construction Innovation, Information, Process and Management?
Today’s construction and built environment sector faces exciting but immense cultural, societal and technological changes. This is evidenced through a myriad of issues; a rapid escalation in the need for improved sustainability; better information management and advanced construction techniques; to … Continue reading →
I see Harvard University are initiating a Digital Problem Solving programme for the digital age. The Digital Problem-Solving Initiative (DPSI) at Harvard University is an innovative and collaborative project piloted in Fall 2013 that brings together interested students, faculty, fellows, … Continue reading →
Be2Camp returns to Greenbuild Expo in May with Green Vision. This year’s session, taking place on 8th May at Manchester Central from 1pm, will be the most exciting yet, with an amazing line-up of speakers (see below for programme). GreenBuild … Continue reading →
Towards the end of last year the Construction Marketing Association conducted a US national survey of construction professionals regarding their use of social media. Of note is that 90% of those surveyed used social media, and of those 91% managed social … Continue reading →
The Technology Strategy Board (TSB) is making Innovation Vouchers available worth up to £5000 for construction and built environment companies. Applications are due to open on the 10th of December and close on the 23rd of January 2013. Fairsnape in association with IBE-Partnership is delighted … Continue reading →