Month: October 2018

Cyprus is a well known and much loved summer holiday destination, and home to a UK military base, but it’s also a great place for UK businesses looking to set up overseas as it shares very close economic, trade, political and cultural relations – accounting, banking, business culture and legal systems are all very similar to the UK.

However, given that a direct flight from London takes the best part of five hours, it’s not a round trip you’d want to do in a day.

So if you’ve business interests out in Cyprus, it might be worth considering checking in via teleconference from time to time – in just a few simple steps you can be speaking with up to 100 other people, using nothing more than a landline or mobile phone.

Around the world Conference calling Guides & How-Tos

A conference call is a great way to hold a meeting when not everyone can be in the same place at once, but calls don’t always go without a hitch – if you don’t properly prepare for the call in advance, it can soon descend into a series of awkward silences and participants talking over one another.

So, to help make sure each conference call you hold is completely fuss-free, follow our simple, step-by-step guide.

Conference calling Guides & How-Tos

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One of the most stable countries in Latin America, Costa Rica has an open economy based upon agriculture, industrial production, services, and tourism. It’s main industrial products are:

  • microprocessors and electronic components
  • medical equipment
  • food and coffee

Costa Rica has a population of around 5 million and now could be a good time to start doing business out there as the country is currrently benefiting from  $650 million for major improvements to airports, roads and seaports.

If you’re thinking of doing business in Costa Rica you’ll need an easy-to-use and reliable international conference call provider – look no further…

Around the world Conference calling Guides & How-Tos

Around the world, we spend a combined 7.5 billion hours online every day, which adds up to 856,164 years spent browsing – that’s long enough to travel from Earth to Mars and back again.

1,426 times!

So, how exactly are we spending so much time connected to the internet? And are we wasting too much time online?

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