Category: <span>Conference calling</span>

Hong Kong is, for many, the gateway to China and the Far East and a region with rich historical links to the UK having been under British control between 1841 and 1997.

It’s also the world’s eighth largest trading economy, has been ranked as the world’s freest economy for the last 20 years, and one of Asia’s leading financial and business centres.

It’s also about 6,000 miles away so not somewhere you can easily commute to!

So if you’ve business associates, clients or work colleagues in Hong Kong, why not conduct your business via conference call? It’s cost effective, requires nothing more than a landline or mobile and can be set up in a few simple steps. Remember, current Covid-19 restrictions mean that travel is not permitted between the UK and Hong Kong, so it’s the safe way to stay in touch.

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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. Remember, current Covid-19 restrictions mean that travel is not permitted between the UK and Greece, so it’s the safe way to stay in touch.

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.

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As of July 19, many of us will be returning to the workplace as work from home restrictions are lifted.

On the plus side, it means we can spend a little less time in the spare bedroom/office. On the down side, it’ll mean a return to the daily commute, office politics and an unnecessary amount of meetings.

As a preemptive measure, here’s how to stop wasting time in meetings.

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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. Remember, current Covid-19 restrictions mean that travel is not permitted between the UK and Germany, so it’s the safe way to stay in touch.

Around the world Conference calling Guides & How-Tos

We really do have  the UK’s simplest conference calling service – a landline or mobile phone is all you need to call up to 100 participants from across the globe. There are no contracts, no monthly fees and no reservations to worry about.

We pride ourselves not only on the quality and reliability of our service, but also on the quality of our audio and our customer service – but if you find your team huddled round a single smartphone turned onto loudspeaker, or even if they’re talking on an old landline handset, the quality of the call can suffer.

So, to help remedy this potential problem, here are our top three conference call telephones.

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