Have Tech, Won't Travel

Stuart, Anne
January 2002
Inc.;Jan2002, Vol. 24 Issue 1, p70
Focuses on the action taken by chief executive officers in the United States to integrate videoconferencing and other high-technology equipment in their daily business transactions with clients to minimize business travel. Alex Stanton of Stanton Crenshaw Communications; Daniel P. Brogan of Earl Walls Associates; Leann Phenix of Phenix & Phenix Literary Publicists Inc. INSET: The Next Best Thing to Being There.


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