Each week we feature interviews and guest posts by the experts in the community – you! If you haven’t stopped by the Community Blog lately, check it out. You’ll love what you read!

From insights to practical tips, how-tos to don’t dos, publishers are sharing stories that inspire, and best practices that get results.

Hot off the press this week: “Why Decision-makers Need to ‘Get’ Twitter“.

“Twitter is one of most important platforms for business and learning”, says Nigel Cameron, strategic adviser, futurist, academic, speaker and writer. But he believes that not enough CEOs, CIOs and political leaders get its potential.

In our latest Community Blog interview Nigel explains how he gains much of his information and knowledge from curated tweets and urges leaders from all section of society to do the same.

“An hour on Twitter leaves me much better informed than a day spent working my way through standard online outlets would,” he says.

Read Nigel’s interview on the Community Blog and stay tuned for our upcoming interview with Professor Shivaram Malavalli, Managing Director of the eHealth Technology Incubator, as we talk success factors for entrepreneurs!

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Kelly Hungerford
Kelly's a Community Builder, Social Brand Strategist and Marketing Operations advisor to startups.

As former Head of Marketing and Communications for, she was responsible for building customer-centric Marketing and Customer Care operations to support's rapidly growing customer base.

She's currently the moderator of Twitter's fastest growing chat, #BizHeroes, and digital advisor to and

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2 Responses to “The Community: Sharing and Inspiring”

  1. Kelly Hungerford


    I couldn’t agree more. Nigel sets the bar high when it comes to quality curation and sharing and leaving a lot of food for thought to be pondered!

    I haven’t had the pleasure of seeing him present in person, but I look forward to it.

    Thanks for stopping by,


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