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Portugal was one of pioneers of Europe’s exploration of the world in the 15th century, and although it has a long history of foreign trade, it is no longer the superpower it once was.

It’s currently the UK’s 13th largest export market in the EU, and 29th worldwide and sales of goods and services accounting for £1.8bn in 2011.

That said, its ties to its former colonies mean it’s still a gateway to a market of 250 million people worldwide, mostly in the Portuguese speaking markets of Brazil, Angola and Mozambique.

Although there’s no time difference with the UK, the Portuguese capital, Lisbon, sits some 1,300 miles almost directly south of London and is around a two-and-a-half hour flight away – so a conference call is probably the most straightforward and certainly the most cost-effective way to stay in touch.

And here’s how to set up a conference call between UK and Portugal in just a few simple steps…

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British exports to Poland tripled over the last decade and Poland has a larger trade surplus with Britain than with any other country. Although Brexit could have serious implications on trade, if you’re already trading over there then you won’t want to sever ties, if possible.

It’s hardly practical to commute to and from Poland to stay in touch with contacts, and  a teleconference – or conference call – is a practical and cost-effective way to do so. Here’s how to set up a conference call using nothing more than a landline or mobile phone.

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The UK is the second largest foreign investor in Peru, a country that is one of the simplest South American nations to do business with, and offers a great investment opportunity, with a stable political climate, a wealth of natural resources, and a growing middle class.

If you’re thinking of setting up in Peru, it’s worth getting yourself you’ll also need a low-cost, reliable international conference call provider, and that’s where ConferenceCall.co.uk comes in.

Here’s how to set up a conference call to Peru.

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Norway is the fourth largest country in Europe and although not a part of the European Union (EU), it  is a member of the European Economic Area (EEA) and does adhere to the same trading code practice as the EU.

Although Norway has a population of just 5 million, it is one of the world’s wealthiest nations, per captia, and its economy has remained stable throughout the economic crisis.

Offshore oil and gas is responsible for about 25% of value creation in Norway, with crude oil, natural gas and electricity account for about 65% of all exports.

As far as exports to Norway go, it is the UK’s 24th largest market – the market worth £3.5billion last year – and most common exports include: chemicals, machinery, medicines, petroleum products, as well as animal and vegetable bi-products.

Whatever your business though, if you export to Norway, or have any business interests out there, a conference call offers an easy and cost effective way to keep in touch, needing nothing more than a landline or mobile phone.

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The UK is the fifth largest export market from New Zealand, while imports of goods and services from the UK are worth over £1.1 billion.

If you’ve clients, associates or colleagues in New Zealand, jetting half way across the world to talk shop is out of the question – so why not get your business done via conference call?

All you need is a landline or mobile and a conference call between UK and New Zealand can be set up in no time. 

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This week has seen the first of this winter’s morning frosts. If you’ve started commuting back to the office, you might have literally been caught cold last week. To help make sure you’re prepared for the worst those frosty mornings have to throw at you, here’s how to de-ice your car.

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December 4th sees the return of Small Business Saturday, the one day of the year where customers are encouraged to rebel against the retail chains, overlook the massive online shops, and buy from local stores instead.

This year marks the ninth anniversary of the event, and all small businesses are being encouraged to get involved, from family butchers to online sellers.

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The UK and the Netherlands have many ties – over 40 Dutch towns and cities are twinned with British towns and cities and, historically, both are maritime countries that have relied heavily on trade.

And if you take a long haul flight to almost anywhere in the world, there’s a chance you could go via Schipol airport – the fourth busiest passenger airport in Europe.

If you can’t make the flight over there though, why not set up a teleconference, or conference call, to keep in touch with colleagues, friends or clients in the Netherlands?

It’s not only cost-effective, it’s convenient – requiring nothing more than a landline or mobile phone.

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Is your home under attack from hackers?

If you any wireless devices linked to the internet, such as computers, tablets, games consoles, and  smartphones, there’s every chance someone could hack your network and access your data. Even if you have smart devices such as printers and even kettles, you could be at risk of attack.

And you may be completely unaware until it’s too late.

The danger could be even more acute if you work from home and access sensitive or confidential business files via the wireless network.

So it’s vital to keep security tight – here’s how to secure your home network.

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