Chamber launches biz networking online site

The Greater Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce has launched an online business networking
site called Indylink.com. The site provides networking opportunities for the chamber’s 4,300 members. Its membership represents
more than 300,000 employees in central Indiana.

Much like Facebook and other social networking sites, the chamber’s offering allows members to access job listings, connect
with others, share ideas, post blogs and create groups.

With the advent of online communities, the chamber saw an opportunity to create its own hub in which members can connect with
one another, President Roland Dorson said.

The site complements Business After Hours, the chamber’s signature networking event.

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