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I’ve been part of the team working behind this newsletter for almost two years now, but it’s the first time I actually have the pleasure of curating it. I hope you won’t be disappointed.
As we’re heading towards the end of the year, two things are certain.
1. Last Christmas will soon conquer the radio once again.
2. Every notable brand will soon start publishing their 2021 Summary and 2022 Prediction pieces.
While you can always find some precious gems of inspiration there, these can often be filled out with SEO-focused, non-readable baloney. As always, be careful when choosing sources of information.
In other news, LinkedIn recently released their newsletter feature to all users. If you have a nice idea for your own newsletter, it’s the best moment to jump in. Very soon we’ll be flooded with “Subscribe to” notifications, making the network immune to this recommendation mechanism. Definitely recommended.
Let’s connect on LinkedIn, feel free to share your newsletter once it’s live.
Communications Team Leader
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🎙️Quote of the week
“Every company has values. They might be unspoken and not clearly defined, but they exist from day one, as soon as there’s more than one person in the company. Not making an effort to articulate them and keep them alive can seriously hinder your business’s growth.”
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