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Centillien, the Worldwide Social Network for Companies

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MIERLO, The Netherlands, Aug. 15, 2012 /PRNewswire-Asia/ — went live. is the only social network for companies with public profiles. Centillien is created by a team with a passion for facilitating open communication between companies worldwide.

Centillien aims to be a user friendly platform where companies, no matter how large or small, present themselves, find new distribution channels and establish partnerships.

The main target group is the huge number of small and mid-sized companies worldwide. They need extended presence on the web and global networking to pursue their goals.

Centillien offers those companies the opportunity to display and promote their products and services, to advertise for free and to build a true business network.

Next to creating complete public profiles companies can advertise, write blogs, display videos, manage events and publish press releases. By activating simple building blocks twitter, news feeds, Google Maps, Skype and other gadgets can be integrated in company profiles.

The company profiles and activities are displayed in a clarifying way on one exclusive page, thus in fact creating a dynamic company website for free. In addition, a higher find ability in the popular search engines is experienced at no extra costs.

Next to a large number of small companies famous large companies registered in Centillien. Among them are companies like Google, HP, ING, Bosch Rexroth, Neways, Essent, Mercure and APG. Also some government agencies and universities joined.

In these few weeks Centillien registered 1250 companies globally, the majority based in the US, India and the Netherlands.

The growth of membership registrations accelerated to 25% per week in the last 14 days.

Until today 35.000 visitors from 150 countries have viewed 200.000 pages. Centillien supports five languages.

Centillien is convinced that every human being develops a personal and a business identity. These two identities need separate social networks for expression and further development. Until now there was no social network dedicated to manage public corporate identity.

Supporting corporate identities is the main focus of


Written by asiafreshnews

August 16, 2012 at 2:50 pm

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