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The Power of Social Media at IMTS

Here I am, having a little fun at IMTS last week. My photographer was Jeff Jaje, Marketing & Business Development Manager of Sescoi —a provider of automatic manufacturing software solutions.
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Here I am, having a little fun at IMTS last week. My photographer was Jeff Jaje, Marketing & Business Development Manager of Sescoi —a provider of automatic manufacturing software solutions. Jeff and I go way back from the early days of the magazine and have worked together often, and it was great catching up with him. Jeff chatted with me about how he is using social media like Facebook and Twitter to get the word out on Sescoi’s WorkNC automatic CAM solution. The  Facebook page already has more than 36,000 followers. Check it out here to see how often Jeff posted updates and witness the industry interaction!

 

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