Your business 'virtually' anywhere
Nov 8, 2012 / 10:24 am
Photo: Contributed - www.vbct.ca
It never ceases to amaze me just how many ways the internet can benefit us in our day to day lives. For businesses and consumers, it seems like there are still endless possibilities online.
My most recent discovery was an impressive new online business that seems to have just as many benefits for consumers as it does for the businesses using it. The company is called Virtual British Columbia Tours (vbct.ca) and it uses incredible virtual technology to give consumers a 360 degree view of local businesses from the comfort of their own home.
Eliecer Marchante is the business brain behind this new company and he is already working with some local businesses that are using this great new technology on their website as an incredible marketing tool.
Now I could go on and on about how it all works but I think it would be better for you just to see it in action in this brief video.
For a list of local business currently benefiting from what Virtual British Columbia Tours does, check out their website www.vbct.ca.
If you are interested in using the new technology as a marketing tool for your website, you can contact Virtual British Columbia Tours at 250-470-1063 or email [email protected]
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