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 Subject: How was Sparkup October?... 27/10/09, 15:07 
Joined: 07/03/09, 18:16
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Dear Worktrotters,
thanks for joing. We had 50 people learning about how to use LinkedIn and about Leading in Denmark. I was very impressed with Alex' presentation about LinkedIN and all the things you can do with it. Can't wait to improve my profile and get rolling. You can download Alex' presentation from: http://www.startupdenmark.dk/resources/networks. Scroll to the button. If the direct link doesn't work here's how you can find it:
http://www.startupdenmark.dk -> click Resources -> click Networks
Scroll to the bottom.

Please share your views on how you liked the meeting and what it gave you. This will motivate many more to join the Sparkups and the other Worktrotter events and get great benefit for their life in Dk.

See you next time,
The Worktrotter's guide to Denmark
Last edited on: 27/10/09, 15:07 by Dagmar.
 Subject: Re:How was Sparkup October?... 08/10/09, 08:03 
Joined: 22/03/09, 19:26
Posts: 1
Alex presentation was really interesting.
 Subject: Re:How was Sparkup October?... 08/10/09, 08:56 
Joined: 07/10/09, 09:49
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really helpful both of your presentations!!! Thanks to Alex and Dagmar!;)
 Subject: Re:How was Sparkup October?... 20/10/09, 07:50 
Joined: 25/08/09, 08:51
Posts: 1
Could be interesting to create a "Worktrotters" group on LinkedIn ??
 Subject: Re:How was Sparkup October?... 27/10/09, 15:10 
Joined: 07/03/09, 18:16
Posts: 81
Hi jeremyrh, you might be surprized. There is a Worktrotter group on LinkedIn, called Worktrotter DK. Wanna join?
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