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To begin with, I expect form project communities’ course to be all about the technology and how to use it purposely. Nowadays, technologies became integral part of our lives and we got used to using them daily. However, there are variety of different purposes one could use technologies. I believe, we are going to learn how to use them as a marketing and business communication tool.

Furthermore, knowing how to properly use today’s inventions could be really valuable lesson for everyone following IDE. We will be able to achieve easy communication with potential business partners, potential customers and other targeted groups. We could rapidly increase our network and develop our projects and brands.

I suppose, during project communities’ course, we are going to practice our team working skills as well. It may sound simple, but working in team could be pretty challenging job. Distributing appropriate roles to group members, achieving reasonable communication, motivating and following time schedule are all skills that have to be practiced and acquire with the time.

I see our project as the first step of our studying progress. It will help us to improve social and business skills, abilities that are required by IDE program. I expect the final outcome of our project to be one well-structured, reasoned, detailed and completed fundraising strategy plan. I expect our team to create a final paper that meets all the requirements and full-fills its purpose. I believe that we can come up with strategy and contribute in conserving and maintaining Caribbean and Curacao’s traditions. I am happy to see that our work in school could actually reflect positively on real life projects.

In order to achieve our goals, all team members should try to give their best for the project. I have been using social media for commercial purposes and I will try to apply my experience. Furthermore, I think I am a goal oriented person and a team-worker, I will do my best to implement all my skill in creating and developing our assignments. 


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This post was originally published at the Project Community blog: Iliya Elenski
2 comments on “Project Communities
  1. Meggie says:

    Hi Ilya, I like your post. Again this is one that makes all sort of questions come up in my mind. You talk about learning ‘reasonable communication’ in team work, Do you have experience with unreasonable communication? How did you use social media and for what commercial purpose? I am looking forward to find out more during the team work and your next blog posts.

  2. Felix Switalla says:

    Hello Iliya,

    Nice first blog post!
    Your post has a good structure and is easy to read. Furthermore I think it will be helpful for your group, that you already worked with social media, especially because of commercial purposes.
    Good luck!

    Greets Felix

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