“I want a driveway so long you couldn’t see the end of it even if you were 26.1 miles into running a marathon on it. But why would you run? That’s why my clone will have invented teleportation. ” ― Jarod Kintz, This Book Has No Title
Networking with a variety of companies is said to be diverse, but meetings, interviews, and conferences in various locations and at different times can become very overwhelming. For a moment you may just need to close your eyes and imagine how convenient the future would be for the business professional; entrepreneur, or the small business owner, to show up in a timely manner to all relevant business functions; a startup event, a workshop, or a private monthly meeting, through teleporting.
Presently, we are not in the future. But video conferencing can get you set up in a meeting with colleagues, and other business associates, in a professional fashion. As pretentious as teleportation may sound right now; telepresence allows communication by simultaneous two-way video and audio transmissions. Depending on the provider of this telecommunication service, video conferencing is available at anytime in a high definition video resolution. Moreover, you can know expect immersive communication similar to your experiences during an in-person meeting. Guaranteed is less travel, as well as creating and maintaining competitive advantages; once investing in video conferencing. The business must disperse at some point, as it expands, and also increase its productivity. There is really no need to depend on non verbal visual cues through phone, e-mail, instant messaging (IM), or other work applications; you and the participant(s) in the meeting are focused now more on the conversation because you can be seen and heard.
So while scientists continue to work on breaking down the technical side of teleportation, we have communication tools available today that can put us in more then one place at one time. Phone and email may not be a substitute for business travel requirements, however, video conferencing now offers are true alternative to in person meetings. A best practice that could allow you to run your business more lean and improve communication internally and with clients.