LinkedIn and Twitter
The Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) continues to seek ways to communicate with stakeholders the world over, and modern communication strategies are heavily reliant on social networking as a source of connectivity. The GFSI Board recognises this and endeavors to identify communication channels to promote GFSI awareness and to further develop international platforms for networking, knowledge exchange and sharing of best food safety practices and information. Professional networking is one such means, and GFSI is pleased to share with you the presence of a Global Food Safety Initiative group on LinkedIn and Twitter. Join the groups to get the latest GFSI updates and press releases on a regular basis. Get information about upcoming events and enquire about how to be involved. Make suggestions to the GFSI secretariat or ask the group owner your questions. GFSI relies on the support of its stakeholders to keep the current momentum going, and we realise that communication is key to this mission.
Linked In: Join the Global Food Safety Initiative Group and get regular GFSI updates all year round, as well as blasts from 15 - 17th February 2012 from the Global Food Safety Conference taking place in Orlando.
Twitter: Join us on http://twitter.com/myGFSI.