By Featured Speaker Davida Shensky
For many professional speakers who depended on working with public seminar companies, as an independent contractor, traveling from city to city doing presentations 10 days out of the month doing seminars, they had to figure it out in another way to promote their business and build their clientele. As the Internet started to grow, companies started to spring up, where you could use the bridge lines, to do presentations for free to sell a your services to individuals as opposed to working for companies.
Companies also started to incorporate training through the Internet using teleseminars as training for their employees on various topics. This is a way that companies have been able to cut their expenses on in-house training, by outsourcing rather than hiring someone to come in house and train their employees. This also allows employees to take the training, on their time, as opposed to on the company’s time.