Social Instinct Launched Kontribune.com Community Engagement Newsletter at SHRM Las Vegas April 15-16, 2013

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Online Solution for Community Engagement

Social Instinct (http://www.socialinstinct.com) launched Kontribune, its online solution for promoting engagement in the workforce, at the SHRM Human Resources Talent Management Conference & Exposition in Las Vegas, Nevada. Located in Booth #204, Social Instinct demonstrated how Kontribune could be a key part of an overall strategy for developing engaged and motivated employees.

Kontribune (http://www.kontribune.com) is an online social publishing tool created to inform, inspire and engage groups of internal teams, departments, employees, or external customers and partners to connect on a social level on any topic or project. Kontribune helps all types of communities become more passionate, connected, and effective. Kontribune also has email distribution and social media deployment options. Current customers include multi-national corporations, county governments and nonprofit organizations.

“Corporations are starting to recognize that, to be competitive, they need to create a workplace that fosters engaged, motivated employees,” said Paul Remer, Senior Vice President of Social Instinct. “We believe that SHRM’s new talent management conference is an ideal venue for us to talk to HR professional about the value of employee engagement.”

About Social Instinct: Social Instinct is a social media firm offering products and services relating to community engagement, and content curation. Information relating to its Kontribune social engagement platform can be found at http://www.kontribune.com. Based in San Rafael, California, Social Instinct is a division of Appen Butler Hill, a global pioneer in linguistic technology based in Sydney, Australia, serving companies in 60 countries and supporting over 100 languages. To learn more about Social Instinct, visit http://www.socialinstinct.com or socialinstinct.kontribune.com.

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