Month: <span>December 2018</span>

An EU member state, Greece offers a gateway to countries in south east Europe, the Middle East and around the Black Sea. And although recent financial troubles, notably the 2010 economic bailout, and the ongoing sovereign debt crisis continues to affect growth its economy, investing in Greece could be a high return, but high risk, strategy.

If you’re thinking of exporting to Greece, or you’ve business interest over there, it can take a lot of time and money jetting out there to oversee things, particularly across the islands.

So why not try keeping in touch via conference call instead?

Here’s how to do so in three simple steps using nothing more than a landline or mobile phone.

Around the world Conference calling Guides & How-Tos

Germany is Europe’s largest economy, and the fourth strongest in the world, with a Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of more than €3 trillion. And despite the ongoing uncertainty over Brexit, Germany remains the UK’s largest export market in Europe and second largest globally after the US. Its consistently strong economic performance offers long-term growth potential for UK businesses.

If you’re thinking of exporting to Germany, or you have colleagues or clients out there, instead of taking the time and money to fly across the continent, it makes more sense to stay in touch via teleconference, using your landline or mobile.

Around the world Conference calling Guides & How-Tos

If you have clients or associates in Georgia, you may find it’s getting increasingly difficult to do business given the troubles in that part of the world – particularly now that Russia is moving to suspend the Free Trade Agreement it signed with Georgia two decades ago in retaliation for Georgia’s Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Agreement (DCFTA) with the European Union.

So it could make sense to keep in touch with Tblisi via teleconference – and you can do so in three steps using nothing more than a landline or mobile phone.

Here’s how…

Guides & How-Tos

The shambles that is the Brexit negotiations could soon be coming to an end, as Theresa May’s deal is due to go to the vote in Parliament tomorrow. But after all the talk of taking back control of our borders/sovereignty/blue passports/banana curvature, there appears to be one issue particular issue that is causing more problems than all the others combined – the Brexit backstop.

But what exactly is the backstop?


Getting to France has never been easier – take your pick of road, rail, sea or air – but if you’ve colleagues, associates or clients out there, it’s not always practical to hop over the channel and meet face-to-face to discuss business matters.

There is, however, a simple and inexpensive way to connect with France that requires nothing more than an ordinary telephone – so here’s how to quickly and easily set up a conference call between UK and France.

Guides & How-Tos