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Pier to Pier in 360 miles in aid of Starr Trust

25 July 2018  |   by Jane Brown   |   No comments

It may be heartbreak for England with an exit from the World Cup (Indeed, it has been over a week but it lives long in the memory). However, it is joy, and in part relief, for John (Drum CEO), to have completed the pier to pier ride from Bangor to Brighton. A staggering 360 miles was complete over four days, countless hills and several counties.

The riders, 22 of them, set off in the early hours of 11th July and were almost instantly faced with the mammoth task of a 350m climb. The route didn’t get much easier, with climb after climb throughout the four days.

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Software is our best friend, but also our worst enemy at times.

13 September 2017  |   by Laurence Chandler   |   No comments

This article was oriniginally published by Annika on Lets Do Video

Software is our best friend, but also our worst enemy at times. There are a whole host issues we can face when meeting, all because of software.

Downloads are required from time to time for various applications. Where it is to download flash or to load an application. We have become accustomed to it and almost taken it as a part and parcel of using services online. However, trends are changing and your expectations should change as well.

Software downloads can deliver substantial issues which you may have experienced first hand or heard about from colleagues and friends. It is good to have an understanding of how meeting downloads are potentially hindering your meeting turn out. Here are our five key points on how browser-based meeting solutions can help you to overcome these issues.

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How web conferencing programs bring value to your customers

7 September 2017  |   by Annika Haataja   |   No comments

The demand for better relationships and greater added customer value have grown extensively in the past 10 years or so. This is mainly a result of growing global competition. Something that forces suppliers to create more value to customers. Customers, whether they are other companies or end-users, are constantly becoming more demanding and they tend to invest in more valuable relationships. With all these constant changes, companies have had to change the way they interact with customers. Through developed online services companies are able to directly manage their customer relationships. Traditional communication methods are not enough to respond to the changing needs of client companies. Thus, new types of communication tools need to be adopted. One of which are web conferencing programs.

Web conferencing programs will help you create customer value and get more happy customers

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