Tag Archives: LinkedIn

New additions bring additional resource and opportunity

Just a quick note to welcome two new additions to the tCn team. First we welcome Bob Leung, Founder of Woobius (@Woobius) and talented Architect. The Founder of tCn Ryan Briggs (@RyanBriggstCn) met up with Bob (@BobLeung pictured right) last week having been … Continue reading

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Building-up to launch tCn 2.0

Work on the new-look tCn website is under way and “tCn 2.0” should go live towards the end of this month. Yes, this is a little later than we had anticipated in Planning tCn 2.0,  but the addition of some … Continue reading

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Planning tCn 2.0

We launched tCn – the Construction Network – at Ecobuild three months ago, and we now have almost 1200 registered members, with many more waiting in the wings. We are pleased at the support shown to us by so many … Continue reading

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Social media: part of the modern marketing mix

Kirstie Colledge was among the earliest people to register with tCn – The Construction Network – and, as well as being managing director of construction PR consultancy Simply Marcomms (now rebranding as SMPR), is also a committee member of CIMCIG, … Continue reading

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“Networking has never been more important”

I wrote yesterday about our 1,000th sign-up to tCn – The Construction Network, and thought it might be interesting to find out a bit more about the individual who brought us to that landmark. Our 1000th registration actually comes from … Continue reading

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Being reactive

Social media or Web 2.0 is, as our consultant Paul Wilkinson keeps reminding us, about people having conversations online. This is something that we are trying to encourage on the tCn website, of course, but we also have to engage … Continue reading

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Chickens, eggs and snooker balls

The tCn website is continuing to evolve as we get feedback and questions from early users of our site.  As suggested in the last post, setting up something that is intended to be exclusive poses challenges when it comes to … Continue reading

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tCn ‘soft launches’ network exclusivity

tCn – The Construction Network – is now doing what I believe is called a ‘soft launch’ of its website (defined by Wikipedia as “a method for gathering data on a product’s usage and acceptance in the marketplace”). Our offline … Continue reading

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… and it’s been hard work!

Two weeks ago, I quickly blogged about the interest shown in tCn at Ecobuild and said we would be busy processing all the new individual applications, and following up with construction organisations that asked about corporate tCn involvement. It has … Continue reading

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Social Media Week

This week, which is also Social Media Week (SMW) in London, I have been learning a lot about Web 2.0 and how it crosses over into business networking. On Monday, for example, I attended SMW Be2camp, a workshop and networking … Continue reading

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