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How to Use Business Communications Capabilities to Look Bigger

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Meeting Description:
Nobody likes to give the impression of a small, fledgling company, even if it’s true. But today, it’s possible to use inexpensive techniques to present the image of a large, professional company, even if you’re still small and growing. Participants will see how they can:
  • Use automated receptionists and smart call forwarding to look bigger
  • See who is available to take calls—even if they’re in another office, or several states away
  • Use video meetings to tie your team together as one
  • Use advanced forwarding capabilities and mobile applications to keep from missing calls, even when you’re on the go
  • Create virtual numbers that look local—across the country or even internationally—to help in marketing and advertising
Break the vicious cycle of remaining small just because your company is small TODAY. Sign up for this important webinar today, and unleash your own power to grow.
Date: Thu, Feb 6, 2014
Time: 01:00 PM EST
Duration: 1 hour
Host(s): SCORE
 Presenter Information
Debbie Jo Severin, Vice President of Marketing - 8x8
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Debbie Jo Severin is responsible for 8x8's marketing strategies and operations, driving awareness and adoption of the company's business Internet protocol (IP) communications solutions through customer acquisition and retention initiatives including brand management, demand generation, direct and online marketing, advertising, promotions, communications and public relations.
Severin brings over 20 years of marketing experience to 8x8 and was most recently Vice President of Marketing at Covad Communications, the first company to commercially deploy DSL technology in the United States. She managed Covad's national go-to-market plan for direct sales of the company's VoIP and data services and helped grow them to more than $178 million of revenue. Prior to Covad, Severin served as VP of Marketing at Valiant Networks and NorthPoint Communications, VP of Marketing & Sales at Pacific Bell start-up PrimeOne Tele-TV, and Executive Director of Marketing & Sales at Pacific Bell Video Services.