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Here at ConferenceCall.co.uk, we pride ourselves on being the UK’s best conference call service – calls to anywhere in the world, for up to 100 participants, can be set up quickly and easily, and our crystal clear sound quality and in-call controls mean no-one will miss a second of the meeting.

And if you have to take minutes, our in-call recording feature means you can go back through the entire call after its finished, to pick out key points and actions.

Find out why we’re the UK’s best conference call service.

Conference calling Inspiration

Internet trolls are everywhere – just as some people turn into complete sociopaths the second they get behind the wheel of car, others lose all sense of perspective the second they get online.

This strange breed get a bang out of causing arguments or, even worse, causing others personal anguish, safe in the knowledge they’ll likely never be found, such is the level on anonymity you can have online.

And while it’s easy to dismiss them as trouble-causing teenagers – the level of maturity shown by trolls certainly fits that demographic – a troll can be any age, from any walk of life and would likely never even dream of behaving in such a way in the ‘real’ world.

So if you or your business is being plagued by these online idiots, here’s how to handle internet trolls…

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Guides & How-Tos Small business

If you’re thinking of taking the plunge and starting your own business, the struggle to get funding could be a real stumbling block, especially given the ongoing economic uncertainty surrounding Brexit – lenders might be hesitant, given that we still don’t know when, or even if, the UK will leave the EU, never mind the potential impact it will have on business and the economy.

So if you’ve a winning idea and a robust business plan in place, here are some of the ways you can raise that much-needed corporate finance to kickstart your business…

Guides & How-Tos Inspiration

Have you ever wondered yourself how much time you waste in meetings each week? A new study has found that the average worker now spends 213 hours a year in meetings – that’s 26 working days.

If this sounds like an area of concern, maybe it’s time to consider whether those daily catch-up meetings are really worth the effort, or if those weekly stakeholder meetings are actually relevant enough for all stakeholders.

And if you’re dragging people in from all over the country for face-to-face meetings, it could be time to work out how much time and money you could save by getting everyone to dial into a conference call instead.

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