Graybow Communications Group Launches Virtual Meeting Space

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  • Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN-WI (1888PressRelease) November 18, 2010 - Graybow Communications Group (, an audiovisual communications company, announced today that it has introduced Virtual Meeting Space, a business-class, desktop video conferencing service to help businesses communicate more effectively, reduce travel, and increase productivity.

    Virtual Meeting Space provides a more engaging meeting experience than audio-only conference calls by allowing users to see and hear all meeting participants. Using the Internet and a PC with a web camera and microphone, users can easily interact with colleagues, customers, and partners anywhere in the world.

    "In this economy, businesses are searching for new ways to save money. Graybow offers a solution that provides affordable, high-quality video communications online," says Jeff Jacobsen, CEO at Graybow. "Businesses that can't afford to own and manage an in-house system can reserve a meeting space over the Internet and hold unlimited face-to-face meetings while reducing their carbon footprint."

    The Virtual Meeting Space service is available on a monthly basis with no long-term contracts, no setup charges and no termination fees. Prices vary by the number of simultaneous participants.

    About Graybow Communications Group: Since 1996, Graybow has provided audio-visual communications solutions to business, government, healthcare, and education entities across North America. Graybow specializes in the design and installation of custom AV solutions; sale and rental of presentation technologies; onsite technical expertise; and service and support. As an award-winning communications company, Graybow provides centralized design, project management, procurement, and installation services for clients nationwide. Graybow is AV for Business.

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