Glen Christopher

Glen ChristopherGLEN CHRISTOPHER
Christopher & Associates, Ltd


Glen Christopher is a professional speaker, consultant and Internet trainer.

Glen's presentations help businesses focus on the benefits of technology, including:

  • Explaining the benefits and uses of the Internet and its importance in a clear, easy-to-understand and entertaining way

  • Linking the mystique of the Internet to real business issues to save money and solve problems, and

  • Providing solid strategies that you can use to improve customer service and win more business!

You can read the full transcript of Glen Christopher's workshop at AccountingWEB.

Contact details

email glen@caal.com
Visit his web site at www.caal.com
Or phone 919-845-1988

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