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How Connected is Your Marketing Team? Better teams start with better collaboration.

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Today's marketing teams are made up of in-house employees, agencies, freelancers, and partners—all working together to bring ideas to life and drive business results. But finding ways to work with everyone can be tricky.

Technology can help fill in the gaps and drive productivity, whether the problem is spending too much time collecting feedback, navigating disconnected workflows, or dealing with decentralized content. The key to creating your best work together with your team is staying in sync with Dropbox Business.

Take this quiz from Dropbox to see what your team needs to stay better connected.


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