Tag Archives: property

tCn at the What House? Awards

Anyone attending the What House? Awards lunch at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London’s Park Lane last Friday will hopefully have noticed tCn – the Construction Network. Let’s face it: as one of the event’s sponsors, tCn was difficult to … Continue reading

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Slowly but surely…

The new-look tCn website went live last night (following a slight delay due to nameserver issues) and the team is busy working on some outstanding glitches. As a result, from time time, we are having to take the site down … 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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Not ‘social’, we mean ‘business’

In his latest blog post, Overcoming fear of the social media unknown, Paul Wilkinson quotes research about organisations’ use of social media for marketing purposes which found that: 68% of respondents organisations are using social media in their marketing mainly through … 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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Promoting tCn offline too

While The Construction Network – tCn – is very much going to be a web-based networking platform for construction people, that doesn’t mean that we are neglecting more conventional ways of marketing. We are picking up the telephone and talking … Continue reading

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