Brandon Klein of FreeConferenceCall.com Joins Forbes Business Development Council

Congratulations goes out to Brandon Klein, director of sales, strategic accounts at FreeConferenceCall.com For Business™! Brandon has just been accepted into the Forbes Business Development Council, a prestigious, invitation-only community for senior-level sales and business development executives.

Brandon will be able share his extensive telecom and sales experience with a wider audience and rise to the forefront of thought leadership in these sectors. “It is an honor to have been selected to join the Forbes Business Development Council,” he told us. “I am delighted to connect with other members of this community, share respective expertise and broaden our collective impact.” Read More...

Your Quarterly Report: July – September 2017

Quarterly Report Jul-Sep 2017

Welcome to your FreeConferenceCall.com Quarterly Report for July through September! We want to give you a look on what goes on behind the scenes at FreeConferenceCall.com. Here’s what’s new and noteworthy:

Flags of Japan and South KoreaGlobal Launches

For our international and non-English-speaking users, we launched FreeConferenceCall.com in Korean and Japanese this quarter. Be on the lookout for more languages to come in the final quarter of the year, including Portuguese, Italian and Greek! Read More...

The FreeConferenceCall.com Press Roundup: September 2017

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Welcome to the September 2017 Press Roundup! With such a diverse user group, you never know where FreeConferenceCall.com is going to make an appearance. Let’s check it out.

Hurricanes Harvey and Irma Supply Drive

Two Long Beach, Calif., papers— the Press Telegram and the Grunion Gazette — picked up the story of the FreeConferenceCall.com hurricane supply drive. Read more about the drive in our latest Quarterly Report, released on October 2nd! Read More...

Building Business Resilience with a Remote Workforce

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It’s been a record-setting season for natural disasters, from hurricanes to fires to floods to earthquakes. Recovering from these disasters will take years as people rebuild both their homes and their businesses. Even businesses that avoided a direct hit are still forced to wait out the economic tailspin — particularly in tourist-driven economies. Businesses with a remote workforce, however, may be more agile in the aftermath. 

The Impact of a Remote Workforce

How can a business protect itself and encourage long-term resilience? Because whatever you believe about the causes of global warming, its effects will continue to be felt. That means it’s up to each business to develop a strategy for weathering future storms. FM Link, a facilities management company specializing in workplace strategy, recently described how remote working can positively impact business resilience. Read More...

#MeatlessMonday Recipes From the FreeConferenceCall.com Kitchen

Meatless Monday veggie tacos

Welcome to the FreeConferenceCall.com virtual kitchen of meatless meals! In case you haven’t heard, #MeatlessMonday is a global movement with a simple message: Once a week, cut the meat. Five weeks ago, at our headquarters in Long Beach, California, we joined the meatless Monday movement with six employees. How does it work? We each take turns bringing meatless meals to = feed the whole group — all in an effort to launch better eating habits, get inspired by a meatless diet and give our bodies a break from saturated fat. Plus save the planet. 

It’s been delicious. And as a testament, our little group is growing. So in case you need your own Meatless Monday inspiration, we’ve included our first round of recipes below. Recreate ‘em exactly or tailor to your tastebuds — just get cooking! Read More...