The coronavirus pandemic has affected every aspect of our lives, from day-to-day shopping and commuting, to annual holidays and business travel plans. But will the pandemic still be affecting travel and personal mobility 12 months or longer into the future?
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A growing number of countries are on lock down because of the coronavirus outbreak, imposing measures, health screening, border closures and travel restrictions, most notably the United States policy of banning any flights to and from EU countries.
And the UK Foreign Office is now advising against all but essential travel to an increasing number of countries because of coronavirus, which could be really bad for business if you have interests in other countries.
Here’s how a simple international conference call could help your business beat the travel ban.
The growing number of coronavirus cases reported in the UK suggests that it won’t be long before workplaces and any sort of public gatherings are shut down – but how can a conference call help to beat the spread of coronavirus?
Denmark can be an attractive proposition to many UK businesses looking to widen their European net as not only is it the gateway to the Scandinavian and Baltic countries, it’s also close to the growing economies of Germany, Sweden and Poland.
So if you do business in Denmark, stay in touch with clients or colleagues by setting up a regular teleconference, or conference call – it’s not only cost-effective, it’s convenient – requiring nothing more than a landline or mobile phone.
And here’s how to set up a conference call in just a few easy steps…