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The Knowledge Networking Business

At Editorial Intelligence, we know that being smartly connected is vital. But knowing to whom, to what and how has become increasingly complex in today’s information-flooded landscape.
 
Social media and mobile networks are a huge part of how we navigate this overload.   But to make truly effective, engaged connections you need face-to-face contact, expert guidance and direct cut through to the right people and the right ideas. 
 
Sucess depends on building intelligent pro-active capital and Editorial Intelligence provides the tools, the resources and the opportunities for effective and meaningful connection. We call it Knowledge Networking and we make it our business to make it yours. 
 
Find out more about how we can increase your networking efficiency, enhance your social capital and consolidate your knowledge resources. 
 
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ei News:

  • ei in the news: ei and GQ present The 100 Most Connected Women in Britain. Find the list online here and read Julia's feature on Amal Alamuddin and George Clooney in the Telegraph here
  • Thanks to everyone that nominated for The Comment Awards. The shortlist will be announced on the 25th September.
  • Congratulations to eiClub member Andrew Davidson who snapped up VIP OnBlackheath Festival tickets courtesy of ei Club co-chair Harvey Goldsmith. Future hot tickets & exclusive club member deals will be announced on our members’ page to be unveiled in September…
  • The new eiClub Autumn Salon Programme will be released very soon...watch this space.
  • Check out our latest video about The Comment Awards, and why comment is important today. Watch it here. 
  • The networking revolution – how the exchange of ideas, mutual inspiration and helping others is transforming the way we do business and live. Click here to read ei’s approach to networking, as featured in The London Evening Standard. 
  • If you missed the launch of The Comment Awards, click here to listen to the discussion on comment in the UK.
  • Fully Connected: a look ahead to working and networking in 2020 A specially commissioned whitepaper by Professor Julia Hobsbawm in conjunction with Ernst and Young.