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Hi Tom,

2011/8/20 Tom Davies <>

Hi :)
I think the role is an official gateway or "point of contact" between
the 'local' community marketing teams and the international one.  I think it
would NOT restrict other people being "unofficial" "points of contact" /
gateways / middlemen/women.

I agree.

The word 'local' seems wrong to me but i can't think of a better word even
in my fairly extensive vocabulary (i'm native English and always been
heavily addicted to reading) and clearly other people haven't either.
 'Obviously' 'local' teams are likely to have people from all around the
world rather than being restricted to a small geographical area.  The best i
can think of is putting ' marks around the word to try to make it a bit
sarcastic.  Lol.  Anyway, since there doesn't seem to be a better word in
common usage i think we have to stick with it.

I think the role will help 'local' teams by making sure that not everyone
in their team is forced to join the international list and yet they can
have complete confidence that important and relevant stuff is being copied
to the other list and being received from it.  I think that is the main aim?
 I'm not completely sure tbh but i think so.

Regards from
Tom :)



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