PÅMINNELSE Swedish telemarketing company RingRingRing Group celebrates UN International Telecoms Day May 17th
17 Maj 2006 10:00 – 16:00
Plats RingRingRing Group HQ
112 51 Stockholm
Stockholm, 2nd May 2006 RingRingRing Group, a Swedish group of companies offering high-quality telemarketing, datamining and sales strategy services hosts an exciting 'Look at the future of Telemarketing' Conference and Debate at its new offices at Strandbergsgatan 61 in Stadshagen, Stockholm to celebrate the United Nations International Telecommunications day on Wednesday 17th May.
Telemarketing is a 'hot ' topic in Sweden and the rest of Europe. RingRingRing Group would like to invite journalists, politicians, business folk and all who are interested in telemarketing to a major 'Look at the Future of Telemarketing' conference.
What are the major advantages of Telemarketing?
For example; Large scale employment of unskilled, unemployed, multi-cultural, multi-aged men and women.
What are the major disadvantages of Telemarketing?
For example; Privacy disturbed by amateur telemarketing companies making unwanted calls.
Speakers include those for telemarketing and those against.
A general debate will be held in the same format as the British House of Commons with an expert mediator and a vote will be taken at the end of the conference.
The conference is free of charge and a full agenda will be sent when you book a place.
Seats are limited and pre-booking is essential by email to FNday@ringringring.se. When you book write your name, your company, your telephone number and email address.
RingRingRing Stockholm AB was founded in Sweden in January 2005.
RingRingRing provides a full outsourced service, for outbound, inbound and blended telemarketing together with a full business development service for companies in all vertical markets.
RingRingRing has won prestigious contracts with several Swedish and international ´blue-chip´ companies.
RingRingRing offer full customer sale life cycle services including; telemarketing, (both inbound and outbound), customer retention, appointment setting, quantitative surveys, database management, tele-diagnostics and marketing effectiveness campaigns.
RingRingRing also offer full datamining and market analysis in Sweden, including complete marketing packages, for several vertical markets including addresses, telephone numbers, specific contact names, sms and email addresses to ensure only relevant prospects are contacted and major cost savings are made when buying data.
RingRingRing Group has invested over 9m SEK in one of the best in the world contact-center systems and ip networks, employs over 100 people, mostly previously unemployed, from all backgrounds and cultures. All have good fixed salaries and RingRingRing currently pays over 700.000 SEK per month in taxes. RingRingRing has not received a single krona in subsidies or benefits from any government agency.
For more information contact Marvin Mansour, CEO, RingRingRing Stockholm AB, tel; (+46) (0) 8 510 687 04 email; firstname.lastname@example.org