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June 28, 2004

OUTSOURCING

Taking it to a whole new level.

(Thanks to Lord G.)

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Next stop, shoes for snakes!

It's only fitting since they recently lost the contract to send coal to Newcastle.

ps: cross your fingers; I'm in the running for the contract to send ice to Eskimos.

Bloody good show, that!

Wonder, is that "All the tea in China?"

Well, for the Brits, it's a bit more responsible than the opium they used to ship in.

/history geek

Yorkshire Tea -- especially the Yorkshire Gold -- is one of the BEST teas in the world, as far as I'm concerned. Fabulous flavor -- beats Lipton's all to pieces ...

LMC,

PG Tips tea beats Lipton's...a brown crayon dipped in water beats Lipton's.

Next:

Sending frogs to France.

Awhile back, I believe the marketing geniuses at 7-11 began selling Icee's and Sno-Cones to Alaskans.

No word on when they will begin introducing moose milk Icees in Sweden, or six-packs of cobra venom in India.

Isn't that a bit like sending funny links to Dave or Judi? Or trying to be obtuse with Doug Brockmeier?

Not unlike opening a Taco Bell in Mexico - I understand there are plenty of them there.

Not unlike opening a Taco Bell in Mexico - I understand there are plenty of them there.

Not unlike opening a Taco Bell in Mexico - I understand there are plenty of them there.

Outsourcing is subcontracting a process, like product design or developing to a third-party company.The decision to outsource is often made in the interest of lowering cost or making better use of time and energy costs, redirecting energy directed at the competencies of a particular business, or to make more efficient use of land, labor, capital, technology and resources

That's brilliant move by that company. I agree, Chinese are tea lovers and they are very proud of their very own brands of tea. So, it is a very brave move from a British company infiltrate China.

This only shows that call center is fast growing in the BPO industry.

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