Javier beBee en beBee in English, beBee em Português, beBee en Español Co-founder & CEO • beBee 28/11/2016 · 1 min de lectura · 4,0K

Some sketches to promote beBee - Engaging through personal passions


Steven Smith


Steven Smith is an engineer working in Aeronautics. He is passionate about technology, scuba diving, and cooking.

Personal passions create more professional engagement and build more succesful business relationships.

Some sketches to promote beBee - Engaging through personal passions



Emma Wilson

Emma Wilson is a singer. She is also and adventurous girl and loves skydiving.

Engaging through personal passions to create more powerful business relationships.

Some sketches to promote beBee - Engaging through personal passions



Phill Smith

Phill Smith is an economist. He loves car races and cycling. 

Engaging through personal passions to create more powerful business relationships.


Some sketches to promote beBee - Engaging through personal passions



John Green

John Green is a lawyer. He has two kids and playing golf is one of his passions.

Engaging through personal passions to create more powerful business relationships.


Some sketches to promote beBee - Engaging through personal passions



Sarah Clark

Sarah Clark is a publicist.  She is passionate about skin care and plays paddle tennis.

Engaging through personal passions to create more powerful business relationships.


Some sketches to promote beBee - Engaging through personal passions



Paul Miller

Paul Miller is a graphic designer. He loves hiking and climbing mountains. 

Engaging through personal passions to create more powerful business relationships.


Some sketches to promote beBee - Engaging through personal passions


beBee, professional engagement through passions




Some sketches to promote beBee - Engaging through personal passions





Lisa Gallagher 30/11/2016 · #33

#28 I had to re-size for Instagram... went with 660x [default] and it fit just fine then. I used picsart to resize.

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Paul "Pablo" Croubalian 29/11/2016 · #32

#27 They work ok. I still think a 600X600 will punch harder, but that's just my opinion. There may be some chopping for anyone who uses Twitter's timeline filtering thingie, though. Your call.

They are very nice

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Stephane Fenner 🐝 29/11/2016 · #31

Really cool images. Will use them ! Thanks

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CityVP Manjit 29/11/2016 · #30

To make sketches more dynamic link them to popular hives - these linkages will then provide a practical guide as to how affinity networking translates from cameo of an individual person and the affinity with a particular community. This would also then provide a more insightful curation of affinity communities and how they are emerging. All of this is a process of emergence.

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Cepee Tabibian 29/11/2016 · #29

I love these!

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Paul "Pablo" Croubalian 29/11/2016 · #28

#27 Yes and no. That's for that new fangled thing that no one really likes and for shares. The maximum allowable size for a direct tweet is a 600px square. ex: https://twitter.com/PaulCroubalian/status/741712977632604160

I'll try a few later today and mention you so we can take a look

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Teresa Gezze 29/11/2016 · #27

#25 Hey @Paul "Pablo" Croubalian, the size that Twitter recommends for images is 590x295, so these are perfect for Tweeting! =) CC @Javier beBee

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Deb Lange 29/11/2016 · #26

what about this? Deb Lange works as a Mentor and Facilitator. She is passionate about fostering workplaces, families and communities with viality, her family, mosaicing, gardening and cooking. - now I just need a photo and the graphic!

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