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IntelligentHQ.com, A New Business Intelligence and Innovation Network, Launches in London and Silicon Valley

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM -- (Marketwire) -- 12/19/12 -- Dinis Guarda, renowned online author, international leading business schools lecturer and speaker, launched the Business Intelligence and Innovation Management network IntelligentHQ - a digital network that inspires and supports social change, innovation, trust and growth. The former Head of SEO and Social Media Strategy at Saxo Bank, Dinis is a dynamic personality in the business and financial world. He created and co-developed reference sites in their category such as tradingfloor.com, saladeinversion.com and socialmediacouncil.eu. Dinis currently consults for brands such as MasterCard and Philips and is an active speaker at conferences and educational events and workshops.

IntelligentHQ was launched through the business consultancy startup Ztudium. This portal brings together different worlds such as business intelligence, finance, innovation management and technology and positions itself as a thought-leadership network.

IntelligentHQ Aims At Digital Business Innovation

Guarda brought together an international team that comprises Hayden Richards, financial technology expert from the British Caribbean; Fidan Aliyeva from Azerbaijan, a leadership and energy MBA specialist; and Alexander Aranda, British search engine and Twitter expert and online entrepreneur. Camille Duran, a French US-based strategist who specializes in online publishing for the knowledge industry, will take the role of Chief Business Development Officer. Camille is establishing the brand in Silicon Valley and the US, where the portal will be actively present besides its headquarters in London and its presence in Europe.

IntelligentHQ aims at business professionals from multinational organizations and startup companies with the intent to provide them with digital education, news, actionable knowledge, research, insights on technology, data and tools that will support growth, increase their innovation capabilities, and contribute to the development of new finance, tech and social media industries.

Words from Dinis Guarda, CEO and founder, IntelligentHQ:

"My vision is to create a place for digital business intelligence, a place for innovation expanding from London to Silicon Valley, and where like-minded business professionals can come together to share their valuable experiences, get continuous education, and be at the forefront of their industry, managing change, growth and disruption, benefiting from a trust network of authors, cutting-edge content and a set of specialised social intelligence data driven tools and tech we are currently developing."

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--  The IntelligentHQ team is available for interviews 

IntelligentHQ is managed by ZTUDIUM, which publishes the social media platform socialmediacouncil.org, the finance tech platform bestexecutionplus.com, and will be launching the Forex trading thinking portal forexthink.com.

Contacts:
IntelligentHQ
Dinis Guarda
Founder and CEO
07942 284400
[email protected]

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