If you do business in China, you’ll not want to endure a flight of at least 10-hours every time you want to go and talk business in Bejing – that’s where we can help. Here’s how to conference call China.
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The Chilean economy has doubled in size over the last decade and is not only South America’s fifth largest economy, it also has the continent’s highest level of Gross Domestic Product (GDP)
Chile is the UK’s third-biggest trading partner in Latin America, and its very pro-business outlook and strong drive for innovative solutions make it a great first stop for companies new to the region.
It may be worth checking the lay of the land before you commit to any business ventures, and an international conference call is the perfect way to do this without having to rack up the air miles.
And here’s how to…
The UK is Canada’s second biggest world trading partner – after the US – but quite where this relationship is headed after Brexit is uncertain. The European Union (EU) and Canada recently signed an that would benefit UK businesses and the economy by as much as £1.3 billion a year, but the UK won’t be benefiting from that should it leave the EU.
Even so, the latest estimates suggest that UK exports to Canada may increase by 29% (£2.3 billion) while Canadian exports to the UK could increase by 15%, so it’s not all bad.
And if you are doing business out there, or considering it, you’ll need a cost-effective and reliable conference call provider – so here’s how to set up a conference call in just a few simple steps…
Need to make an iPhone conference call? Here’s everything you need to know.
It’s Christmas Day in less than a week’s time- meaning the roads and railways will be packed with festive revellers and shoppers and will be no place for anyone travelling on business.
If you’re in any doubt as to just how rammed the railways will be, figures from Trainline reveal how this Christmas is set to be the busiest ever as 20,000 more passengers than last year have already booked their festive train tickets.
And then there’s ‘frantic Friday’ to contend with.
Thankfully, there are a couple of ways you can beat the Christmas travel chaos.