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Exclusive PR Opportunity for WORKetc Customers

Based on the popularity of our Micro Mulit-national discussion late last month, we’ve secured a series of articles to be published on a top 10 small business blog. The general direction of the series is an ongoing discussion and exploration around Micro Multinationals as an emerging business class. Just to recap, a micro multinational is a small business that is not hindered by geography. They have employees, suppliers and customers working from all corners of the globe and use technology in some capacity to bring it all together. The opportunity So – the opportunity is for a select few WORK[etc] customers to be profiled for inclusion in the series. You get to talk about your business for publication in a top 10 small business blog! If you’re not a WORK[etc] customer but have a great story to tell, let us know anyway (and then sign up for a free trial …) How to be considered… We’re looking for business owners with great Micro Multi-national stories to tell. Think you don’t have a story to tell? We want to hear what you love about running a business that isn’t anchored to the one location – what makes you and your business special:

  • Are you running your business from an unusual location? Remote from key markets or customers?
  • Does your business setup promote a better -work life balance? What does this mean to you and your family?
  • Do you work with the best-value or best qualified contractors, regardless of where they are located?
  • Do you take advantage from operating across multiple time zones

If you’re interested in some free PR, please pitch your story in 1 or 2 paragraphs and send to support [@] worketc.com with the subject “PR Opportunity”. Don’t miss out on the next great opportunity – subscribe to the WORK[etc] CRM blog here… Here’s a preview of our new promo video (note – it is a draft…!)

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