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Survey: social media in the logistics and supply chain industries

By Kate Lee | 05/27/2014 | 2:00 AM

Some companies within the logistics and supply chain industries have chosen to participate in social media while others have not.  Why have some companies chosen not to participate while others have decided to participate?  What social networks do companies within the logistics and supply chain perceive to provide the most value to their business?  What challenges do companies face with respect to social media?  Fronetics Strategic Advisors, a management consulting firm focused on the logistics and supply chain industries, aims to gain insight into these questions and more.

Survey

Fronetics is conducting a survey on social media within the logistics and supply chain industries.  The objective of the survey is to learn about the participation and use of social media within the logistics and supply chain industries.

The survey is aimed at companies within the logistics and supply chain industries, and takes only about 5 to 10 minutes to complete.

This survey is confidential.  Responses will be reported in aggregate and no individual- or company-identifiable information will be shared with anyone.

If your company is part of the logistics or supply chain industries please take the time to take the survey.

Here’s the link.

 

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About Elizabeth Hines

Elizabeth Hines

Elizabeth is a content strategist with 12+ years of experience in content development, branding, marketing, and communications. As the creative/editorial director at Fronetics, she oversees all efforts related to content and creative assets, including strategy design and brand development.

She has written extensively about supply chain and logistics, and has developed content strategies across a number of verticals, including the B2B space. Prior to joining Fronetics, Elizabeth worked at Boston University, Prospectiv, and Cengage Learning.



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