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Business network's digital series proves a life line

Brent Melville
Tue, 05 May 2020

Trans-Tasman Business Circle general manager Sharron Lloyd doesn't think business networking will ever be the same again. That appraisal came after the company, billed as a "strategic growth partner" to its more than 300 clients through New Zealand, Australia and Singapore, pivoted into a new online business communication forum as the level 4 lockdown started in response to the coronavirus pandemic. Launching its free, 50-part interactive ‘resilient leadership’ series, has given the company a new lease of life, proving extremely popular a...

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