THE VIRTUAL TRAVEL MACHINE
| About the Book
This book tells you how to make money providing rental videoconferencing
services as part of an existing business or as an entirely
It is written for anyone planning, or currently providing,
videoconferencing services in a hotel, legal services center,
Chamber of Commerce, or other location offering business services
to the public.
Within its 164 pages is a seven-year distillation of the
VC rental business, as derived from FTF's own operations and
from the input of room managers in hundreds of public sites.
It is both encouraging and cautioning, intended to give you
a straight-forward idea of what to expect in this relatively
new service area.
It is in large part a "how-to" business guide
for setting up your new or expanded videoconferencing operation,
including how to attract partners, set up alliances, handle
finances, and choose the right equipment.
It explains the essential technical aspects and safeguards
to help ensure successful videoconferences. It suggests what
promotional and internal materials you need, how to sign up
your room with broker networks, and what might reasonably
be charged in your city or region.
In short, it reveals everything of importance the author
has learned himself, while drawing on the experiences of other
videoconferencing professionals from literally all over the
And when you succeed, ultimately so will everyone else in
an industry that depends so much on the quality and professionalism
across the entire, growing network of interconnected videoconference
The Virtual Travel Machine,
Copyright © Hunter M. Brumfield, Jr.