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  • Marriott Hotels has its own social network
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Marriott Hotels has its own social network

Despite the increased interest in video conferencing, travel is still key for many businesses, with the majority expecting more travel in 2014. Marriott is out to make the experience more social with its new app, SixDegrees, which pairs guests through their LinkedIn profiles.

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