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Here on Biz connects with Linked In and shows nearby professionals who are also using the app.
This week the app updated to version 2.0, bringing with it a new look and some new features.
Ajungo works directly with the social sites you’re already using—Facebook, Linked In, Twitter, and others—to let your contacts know you are traveling, get advice about where to hold a business lunch, and even find out who will be traveling on the same dates.
You can also post updates about how the social connections helped your business trip go more smoothly. Nerdy Day Trips Looking for something to do after your business meetings end?
A "Nearby" page within Here on Biz lets you know when professionals are near you.
People are categorized by locals or visitors, so you can see at a glance if someone is traveling or at home — the idea being that if you're traveling for work, you might find another professional near you doing the same and have an impromptu networking session.
The concept works well: If you plan on visiting a city that’s on your flight route, you can plan what you want to do. Bing Travel You may have already tried Bing.com, the popular search engine by Microsoft.
You can also join additional groups within Here on Biz.
For instance, two people who attended a conference in San Francisco in June might re-connect in New York three months later at a different event.
Without Here on Biz, the two may have never made the connection.
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