What International Conferencing Trends Tell Us About the World

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Click through for findings from a survey on conference call usage during 2013, provided by InterCall.

The conference call is a common business practice across the globe. But can conferencing usage help us learn about cultural trends? InterCall, a leading international conferencing and collaboration provider, tracked more than 20 billion conferencing minutes across 197 countries in 2013 to unveil some interesting international work habits.

 

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