International Toll Free Services (ITFS) are going to be a bigger asset than ever to small to medium businesses hoping to expand globally and increase their profits during the time of the United States economic crisis.
In a recent article by International Business Times, it was stated that small business owners in the United States have lost all confidence in the economy during the last two months, and a large percentage of owners still expect conditions to worsen in the next six months.
With the United States economy looking so bleak, many small to medium business are looking to expand their companies into other countries and markets, and to stop relying so heavily on consumers in the United States who are cutting back on their spending. By utilizing ITFS, companies can offer a free way for customers in other countries to contact them, making potential customers much more likely to pick up the phone and call. ITFS also creates an opportunity for businesses to appear larger than they are; businesses establish a virtual presence in other locations without the need for a physical relocation of the company and its operations.
ITFS can enable small businesses who risk going under to reach into a previously untapped customer base, and establish a presence where economies are thriving.
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