Beat the Strike – Fly Powwownow
Europe’s favourite conference call provider is offering free conference calls for the duration of
the BA strike.
(PRWeb UK) May 16, 2010 -- In this difficult time for both the British economy and airline industry, Europe’s
leading conference call provider Powwownow is jumping on board with BA and alleviating some of the pressure
by offering business travellers free conference calling during the strike period.
The strike, set to run from 18th May to 9th June 2010 in blocks of five days, is going to cause considerable
disruption for many people across the Nation. After long negotiations between BA chiefs and Unite, the union
that represents the BA cabin crew, it has been determined that cabin crew will continue with their proposed
walk-out next Tuesday.
‘At this time of economic uncertainty this is bad news for BA staff, BA management and Britain’, comments
Powwownow CEO Andy Pearce. ‘Whilst we can’t get people away on half term breaks or to the World Cup, we
can at least allow people to have meetings and continue business as usual, without worrying about whether they
can fly or not.’
Business travelers have been hit hard recently. The recent volcanic ash cloud crisis effectively ground business
travel to a hault. As the ash cloud lingers whilst remaining unpredictable business travelers can no longer
guarantee with confidence that they will reach their destination. The imminent disruption resulting from the
upcoming strike presents even further strain on businesses and the wider economy.
In the midst of disruption and uncertainty of this nature technology can come to the fore. Conference calls are a
practical alternative to travel allowing business communication to continue unscathed and in turn contribute to the
In order to access this offer and make free Powwownow conference calls from the 17th May just visit
http://www.flypowwownow.co.uk and register.
Powwownow was founded in 2004, offering customers low-cost confer