Conenza Announces Executive Playbook for Corporate Alumni Communities

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Executive Webinar Provides a Step by Step Guide for Building and Maintaining High-Value Connections with Exiting, Retiring, and Former Employees

Conenza has launched the "Executive Playbook for Corporate Alumni Communities" as part of its ongoing Executive Event Series, an online series designed to help executives who are looking to get started with or increase the impact of a corporate social networking initiative for employees and corporate alumni.

Global enterprises are increasingly discovering the business value of staying connected with their exiting, retiring and former employees using corporate social networking technology. The "Executive Playbook for Corporate Alumni Communities," on January 13, 2009, at 10:00 am PT, will provide attendees with a step by step guide for creating a highly-rewarding corporate alumni and employee community that can deliver millions of dollars in business benefits. During this interactive online event, Conenza will also highlight the latest features and functionality of their recently released Conenza Community Core 3.0. The Conenza Community Core can provide an enterprise with an easy and cost-effective way to get started and quickly create value from a privately-branded extended enterprise community.

By providing past employees with a place to stay connected, obtain access to valuable career resources, and take advantage of significant discounts on a broad range of products and services from health insurance to consumer goods, an enterprise is able to harness these powerful connections and provide a compelling source of competitive advantage in strategic outplacement, recruiting/re-recruiting, retained access to domain expertise, business development, and high-value marketing.

The Conenza Executive Event Series is designed to provide executives with the information, tools, and techniques they need to successfully move forward with their corporate social networking initiatives for employees and corporate alumni. In this online forum, Conenza shares more than a decade of hands-on experience and lessons learned from building and managing highly-rewarding online communities for market leading companies such as Microsoft.

Past events have included:

  • Now More Than Ever: The Business Imperative of an Extended Talent Community -- Featuring Senior Analyst at Forrester Research, Inc, Zach Thomas
  • 6 Ways to Drive Community Member Engagement and Maximize ROI
  • How to Build a Bullet-Proof Business Case for an Employee and Alumni Social Network
  • Exploring the ROI behind a Corporate Alumni Community

The Conenza Executive Event Series is complimentary, but preregistration is required. For more information, to register for the upcoming event, or to view an event archive, visit:
http://www.conenza.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=27&Itemid=35.

About Conenza

With more than a decade of corporate social networking experience, Conenza is a trusted partner for building and managing highly-engaging online corporate alumni and employee communities for Global 2000 enterprises. The modular and secure Conenza Community Platform, featuring the Conenza Community Core, delivers increased recruiting efficiency, decreased recruiting and on-boarding costs, reduced outplacement costs, retained access to valuable intellectual capital, enhanced collaboration, and increased revenue- and brand-building opportunities. Conenza's on-demand enterprise solution includes expert support services that help clients quickly harness the full potential of their branded, online corporate community. For more information, visit http://www.conenza.com.

For further information, please contact:
Meighan Berberich
Director of Marketing Communications, Conenza
Telephone: (206) 792-4247
E-mail: meighan@conenza.com

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