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Downtown Den Podcast #020 | BPO, call centres and customer engagement

To discuss business continuity and customer relations during these difficult times, Downtown in London's chairman, Simon Danczuk, was joined by Peter Ryan, an expert in BPO, call centres and customer engagement.

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