collab

collab.

1. collaboration.
2. collaborator.
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We're proud to unveil the completely redesigned Rankzoo app and new, improved ranking system, which makes it easier than ever for Viners to track their audience growth and brands to discover top Vine talent," said Tyler McFadden, Co-CEO of Collab.
RIVER Island always partners with the hottest Brit pack designers, and the latest Design Forum collab is no exception.
RiVeR | Island always partners with the hottest Brit pack designers, and the latest Design Forum collab is no exception.
Collab Health, a wholly owned subsidiary of Catholic Health Initiatives (CHI) declared that it has agreed to buy QualChoice Holdings, Inc.
HDM was one of 11 craft breweries to collaborate with BrewDog bars U-wide to produce 12 limited edition beers for the event, called Collab Fest.
London-based social video marketing experts, Viral Spiral, and LA-based video creator development studio, Collab, have announced a strategic cross-border partnership to maximize opportunities around online brand entertainment and licensing, focusing initially on Twitter's Vine platform.
CBT/SMARTdesks has released Collab Learning Studio Pods, interactive conference tables created for supporting collaborative learning.
After the Supreme Kermit the Frog collab, all bets are off.
TWO Coventry companies are celebrating a 10-year business relationship - one of the longest standing collab orations on the Internet.
MUSE frontman Matt Bellamy could be eyeing up another collab with dubstep stars Nero.