Two months ago I started a discussion on the CEE Professionals Group on Linked-In.
“Help to find a phrase for PL-CZ-SK or coin one if there isn’t one…
Everyone knows what Benelux is, who the PIGS or BRIC countries are, or even what is meant if we say “German Speaking World”, but how would you find an easy way to describe the triangle of countries Poland, Czech Republic and Slovakia? Please remind me or educate me of an existing term I may have overlooked, or failing that let’s put our heads together and coin one.”
Among the 49 comments to date several very interesting options appeared, no less than 21 choices from 16 people – a testimony to the helpfulness and the creativity of the Group. So now is the time to vote on them, which I’ve asked people to do here as there’s no voting there and also people may want to vote without putting their name to the vote.
Hopefully the mods of the Group will see this as fair, as there is a chance for my regulars to know about and join the Group as well as for Group members to see this site and sub to it.
Anyway, here’s the poll and thansk in advance for your vote. I can’t see your IP Address but the machine at polldaddy does so you can only vote the once and be counted. Further attempts are not counted, but enable you to see how the vote is progessing, and when it pans out I’ll put the results into the discussion.
There isn’t a prize for the winner, other than the honour of having thought of the best one, but my heartfelt hanks for all your help in getting to an optimal answer to the problem!
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