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Marine Industry and Social Media

We look at how the social media revolution has influenced the way we communicate in the maritime community
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Lloyd's Register Marine

on 12 August 2013

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Transcript of Marine Industry and Social Media

The marine industry has become social again – just like the 18th century coffee houses where mariners, business people and townsfolk met and swapped the latest news.
Today’s social networking sites are yesterday’s coffee houses – though on a much larger scale.
over 700 maritime groups...

some with over 3000 members...
We have an international network of more than 8,000 people across 246 offices. This global reach gives us an unrivalled view of the marketplace and the technical developments shaping today’s marine industry.

It also ensures that, wherever you are, we will be nearby and able to apply a genuine understanding of local issues and help you operate more safely and sustainably.
We are committed to being at the forefront of technological innovation in our industry and to sharing that knowledge to help make the world a safer place.
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