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The Case for Face-to-Face Business Meetings

publication date: Jun 9, 2009
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connectCan webconferences, videoconferences and other virtual meetings really take the place of face-to-face contact?  With travel budgets slashed in the wake of recessionary belt-tightening, companies are increasingly turning to technology as a substitute for in-person contact. Yet business executives overwhelmingly agree that face-to-face meetings are not just preferable but necessary for building deeper, more profitable bonds with clients and business partners and maintaining productive relationships with co-workers.

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