A Conference Doesn’t Have to End When the Lights Go Off
December 3, 2013 @ 12:32 PM | By Christina Todisco
Picture this: you are standing at your booth at a conference, trying to smile at every prospective client who comes your way while still managing to steal a bite of your cookie and sandwich as quickly as possible when you happen to strike up a conversation with a person next to you. You get started talking about how your businesses could collaborate when it is time to go to the next event.
Today’s fast-paced business setting does not halt for anything; so if you want your collaboration to come to fruition, you need access to advanced, cost-effective solutions necessary for making it happen. Chances are, upper management will not want to foot another bill by sending you to meet your new contact after you return to the office.
A conference call is one solution you can use to follow up and stay in touch with important contacts you meet. When combined with the use of an online meeting, you will have all the tools necessary for exchanging and editing information in real-time. By expanding a conference call into an online meeting, it will be possible to communicate with new partners or colleagues as if they are working right next to you on the same computer. Just think about the possibilities that could unfold when you don’t have to worry about spilling your food on your panel notes at a conference.
Have you been to a conference where you met great people you didn’t want to lose touch with? How did you keep your conversation going? Cick here for more information about how InterCall can help your company get the most out of networking.