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Volume 21, Issue 2 - Medical Writing in Paediatrics

Networking effectively: Essential for being successful in business

Abstract

One of the keys to being successful in business is the ability to network effectively. Making efficient use of the interactive communication tools available to you today, such as business networking websites like LinkedIn, Plaxo, and Xing and microblogging platforms like Twitter®, not only increases your chances of winning new clients and business but also helps in retaining them. This article describes the steps to efficiently win and retain clients and how to use business and social networking platforms to increase your chances of success.

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Medical writing in paediatrics: Children and the future
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Medicines information for patients: Insights into research and practice for medical writers
The MHRA perspective on the new pharmacovigilance legislation
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O, safety, quo vadis?
Crowdpower in the era of ‘health 2.0’
Networking effectively: Essential for being successful in business
The moving image and your business
Forgive me for repeating myself: Self-plagiarism in the medical literature
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