Have you ever wondered how does a day go by in the life of a KeepCalling Customer Support agent? Is this something that you would like to do? Does it suit you?
First of all, what does it take to be a great Customer Support agent?
Want to know more about a city? Ask its inhabitants, who else?! Or, in our case, ask the KeepCallers. Some of our colleagues from the office in Bolivia shared some thoughts with us about living in the city of Cochabamba.”El corazon de la madre tierra” or “The heart of Bolivia” is the country’s third largest […]
You just started your job hunting and you already started searching for jobs on different platforms. Eventually, you find a job interesting for you and you decide to apply. Great! Still, before actually submitting your resume, take 5 minutes to revise it and look over these tips to write a successful CV, that our HR team came up with, based on their experience.
Did you know that Atlanta, or “City in a Forest” is the most heavily forested area in US, covering 47.9% of the city. And also that in terms of the largest concentration of the Fortune 500 companies in the USA, the city of Atlanta ranks third? We did our research and talked to our colleagues from […]
Last month, Florin Seiceanu, our Carrier Relations Specialist, attended ITW (International Telecoms Week), the annual meeting for the global wholesale telecoms industry, providing a platform for 6,743 delegates from 1,944 companies and more than 140 countries to meet together and network. He talked to our business partners, met Sophia, so as soon as he came […]
KeepCalling has turned 16! Whenever we look back, we treasure those moments when it all began, with all the excitement and curiosity that come with a new business taking shape. We couldn’t have done it without our amazing customers, so thanks everybody! And here are some truly inspiring facts about KeepCalling.
You will always hear that moving to a new place can be difficult, which may determine you postpone the decision to move miles away from your hometown. Of course people find it hard to move from knowing every street, every light, every back road… to knowing nothing.