Expatriate Archive Centre
“Navah has been with the Expatriate Archive Centre on a consultancy basis for nearly a year now. She has introduced the Archive Centre to the possibilities of the Web 2.0 tools. She has been of exceptional value to the Centre. She provided the Centre with a strategic Web 2.0 communication plan and has implemented this plan. She is training staff members of the Centre to use the communication tools, and already we have seen a greater awareness in the international community about the work and mission of the Expatriate Archive Centre. We can highly recommend Navah as a skilled Web 2.0 consultant. She is communicative and very approachable, so nice to work with. Elske Van Holk, Director, Expatriate Archive Centre ”
The Expatriate Archive Centre is a non-profit organization that is located in the Hague. The archive collects, catalogues and preserves both oral histories and source material including letters, journals, photographs, diaries and artifacts from expatriates around the globe
Tag-On introduced Social Media and Web 2.0 to the Expatriate Archive Centre to help them expand their reach internationally and enhance their visibility so that more source material is added to the archive from different groups around the world and more academic representatives and companies use the source materials for their research.
As a non-profit organization, the Expatriate Archive also used social media as a means to enrich their archive, attract new volunteers and sponsors.
The social media strategy that Tag-On created for the archive provided a new channel for building their relationship with an international community that comprises of people from all walks of life that share a common interest: “ life on the move”.