Breaking Down The Wall

This November marks 25 years since the fall of the Berlin Wall.

25 years ago, Germans from both East and West Berlin finally toppled a barrier that separated their nation. It was a hindrance that constricted the freedom of movement between both sides for more than two decades. Families and lovers that were once separated have been reunited in bittersweet tears, in remorse of all the years and lives lost. At the same time, there was a spark of celebration in the air as everyone came pouring out into the streets at midnight.

It was a lot to take in; to be able to take a first look at the other side and to finally know that it is possible to cross over without harm. Finally, Germans all over the country were able to begin experiencing a different life and culture on ‘the other side’, all within the now proudly reunited populace.

One can imagine the elation to be enormous.

The destruction of the wall eliminated a socio-political, physical, and mental hurdle. The Wall, a hated obstacle to human dignity that it once was, is now no longer there to cast a grim shadow on freedom. This liberation caused a shift of consciousness within the European community, and consequently everywhere around the world.

Fast forward to the present, the Information Age in which Web 2.0 is the current platform of basically everything and anything we human beings do in our daily lives today. Boundaries do not mean a thing now as we have technologies like Google Maps that allow one to travel virtually almost anywhere in the world, crossing boundaries with only a few mouse clicks or several touches on a screen. We are all virtually connected to each other personally and commercially via online social networks.

B4 Network is one such social network that serves as an industry-specific online portal which connects its members to a world of industrial automation business partners. The B4 Network service is organized in such a way that it allows its members to traverse international boundaries and build business relationships with their industrial automation business counterparts all over the globe.

We at B4 Network aim to help you destroy ‘walls’, barriers that your business is likely to face in this very competitive and globalized commercial evolution. In effect, the B4 Network facilitates the exchange of interesting commercial information in the industrial automation industry between its members.

A world of industrial automation business partners are waiting to interact with you. Sign up and use the B4 Network for free now at www.b4-network.com .

Let’s break down the wall together!

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