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High-quality, timely and comprehensive information is central to business success. Yet many organisations find it difficult to manage it strategically and effectively.

FreePint is unique in connecting its users with ideas, examples, tools and expertise to build and support information strategy.

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FreePint began as a free email newsletter, founded by an information professional to promote the importance of information services in organisations.

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