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Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Global Collaboration with CTS specialists

Finding the right people to talk with isn't an easy task. We're already 6,7 billion inhabitants on the globe. What should I do to find, country by country, all the specialists that are interested about:
  1. Carpal tunnel syndrome diagnostic methods
  2. Occupational health specialists with special interest in CTS
  3. Doctors and General Practitioners specialized in CTS diagnosis
  4. Enterprises and Insurance companies with special interest in CTS
I've been working with a new strategy where the blog has the role of giving background and personal branding. My goal is to get into a dialog with healthcare specialists around the globe that can advice me about how to penetrate new national and regional markets.

I can assure you, this isn't easy but it's not impossible. It takes a lot of networking and collaboration in forums, networks and communities.

The world population is the total number of living humans on Earth at a given time. As of January 2009, the world's population is estimated to be about 6.7 billion.[1] According to population projections, this figure continues to grow; the 2008 rate of growth has almost halved since its peak of 2.2% per year, which was reached in 1963. World births have levelled off at about 134 million per year since the mid 1990's, and are expected to remain constant. However, deaths are only around 56 million per year, and are expected to increase to 90 million by the year 2050. Since births outnumber deaths, the world's population is expected to reach nearly 9 billion by the year 2042.[2][3] Please see World population estimates for more figures.
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