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Express Virtual Meetings has just launched into Singapore! We've helped Australian businesses save time, money and the environment for more than 10 years, and we're excited to do the same in Singapore. By holding a conference call with your colleagues in Singapore, you can save your business in the following ways:
A return flight from Melbourne to Singapore can cost at least $1000. Add to that the cost of accommodation and food, and travelling to Singapore can be a very expensive exercise. A conference call achieves the same outcome as a face-to-face meeting for only a fraction of the price. You can't go wrong!
Your company can help save the planet by using our conferencing solutions instead of creating carbon emissions by travelling to a face-to-face meeting.
Because conference calling makes it cheaper to meet with your clients and partners in any part of the world, you can meet with them more often and build stronger relationships.
Projects that used to take several weeks to finish because of time spent travelling can now get done in a matter of days or hours, thanks to the >ease of collaboration using the conferencing solutions we offer. This also helps prevent loss of productivity from time spent travelling.
Your employees no longer need to waste time on the road and in airports. By saving time with conference calls, they can spend more time with their family and loved ones instead, which will help to increase their productivity.
If you have offices in Singapore or know of anybody in Singapore who could benefit from our services, please be sure to refer us to them. If they set up an account with us and mention your name, both you and they will be rewarded with $100 conferencing credit. It's a win-win!
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