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Why Geography Doesn’t Matter Anymore

August 25, 2017 // R. Shawn McBride // No Comments »

There used to be a day and a time when geography mattered a lot. We really cared about where people were located. We wanted to make sure that our service providers were in the same city as us so that we could sit down with them face to face. Well, the world has changed. Obviously, telecommunications have become extremely inexpensive. We also have video conferencing and email. Now when I’m looking for service providers for my business, I’m often looking for the best in class and I don’t care where they’re located. I can work with them remotely and for many of our clients, we find the same thing. They’re looking for great people to work with. They’re looking for people that can help them achieve what they want to achieve and they really don’t care about location.
The world is getting flatter. Geography’s becoming less important. What’s becoming more important is getting the best and doing the best so that we can effectively compete in the world that we’re in.
What’s been your experience? How have you worked across geographic boundaries? Do you think the geography is still important in the services industry? Join us in the comments below and let us know about your thoughts and experiences.

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