3 lessons in social media engagement that businesses can learn from the 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games

3 lessons in social media engagement that businesses can learn from the 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games

Once every four years, the world’s eyes turn to the Olympic Games and Paralympic Games – and this year has been no different. Many of the Olympic wins were expected but there were a few surprises in there too and I’m sure it will be no different for the Paralympics.

 

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