Why the Supply Chain Needs Social Media

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AnnaEverson   8/9/2018 11:32:35 AM

I think, it's hard to find  such a kind of business in a world where you do not need Social Media

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Meredith L at EDX Electronics & Partstat   7/17/2018 11:58:49 AM

Frank, thanks for sharing this awesome article! We at EDX completely agree. Social media marketing and community building is a huge part of our marketing strategy. LinkedIn and Twitter are the channels in which we find the highest engagement; Facebook is important as well, especially for maintaining the heartbeat of the company. Thanks again for sharing this piece. 

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