Jul 18, 2012 · 6:30 PM
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The shift towards a global economy has made virtual teams an integral part of the organizational chart at companies like IBM, Cisco and GlaxoSmithKline. But you don’t need to work for a Fortune 500 company to collaborate and work with fellow professionals across town and around the globe.
Thanks to the Internet and the widespread reach of electronic communications, virtual teams are a lucrative way for independents to work with multiple clients through a single portal.
Join us on Wed., July 18, to hear how Libbie Hough created the virtual team behind her marketing company, comma (Communication Matters), and how she has managed its growth and success.
Learn how you can be an effective virtual team member and how to seek out these opportunities for your business. Libbie is a client strategist, business development leader, and owner of Communication Matters. Her own team includes graphic and Web designers, trade show specialists, writers, editors, and PR strategists.
For more information on Libbie, visit her website at www.cmatters.org.