Social Media House Rules

Social Media House Rules

Welcome to the official social media channels of Nadine Dereza. 

Nadine is active on TwitterLinkedInFlickrYouTube, and Google Plus; and she engages on social media regularly to share content, insight and updates as well as to discuss and exchange ideas across a broad range of topics and themes including: business, finance, politics, ecommerce, sustainability, environment, economics, IT, banking, technology, pharmaceuticals, retail, oil & gas, education, apprenticeships, entrepreneurship, leadership, training, public speaking, conferences and live events, and media and communications.

The following guidelines are put in place to help provide a quality environment for conversations to take place. By engaging with one of Nadine’s profiles you agree to comply with the Terms and Conditions of the platform as described in the official Terms of Use for Twitter, LinkedIn, Flickr, YouTube and Google Plus.

We do not use account automation tools and we aim to review all posts and respond to comments, replies and suggestions as soon as possible. Profiles are managed during UK business hours (09.00 – 17.00) Monday to Friday (excluding UK public holidays).

We reserve the right to remove any posts that do not adhere to our guidelines or that we deem to be potentially inappropriate or offensive to the public.

Specifically, we do not tolerate the following in posts:

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