Global Toll Free Number Brings Global Businesses Together for the 2014 World Cup

Toll Free Service Provider Makes Every Country Local with Unique Cloud-Based Network.

With The 2014 FIFA World Cup winding its way towards an epic finish,, a call forwarding service provider, announces its innovative suite of features, perfect for taking advantage of the global business boom brought on by the events in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Foreign businesses are taking note of the country’s economic strides, which have turned Rio de Janeiro into a marketplace ripe for the picking.

The 2014 FIFA World Cup has injected an estimated $15 billion into the economy of 198.4 million, according to the’s 2014 Index of Economic Freedom. In addition, the According to VOA News reported that the government has invested $11 billion in infrastructure, in addition to the $2 billion invested in security, resulting in marked improvements to the nation’s second largest city, and increasing the demand for new products astronomically.

Additionally, Frost & Sullivan reported that the telecommunications services market in Brazil is expected to reach almost $100 billion by 2017--up from just over $73 billion 2011--representing a CAGR of more than five percent. This level of projected growth begs investment.

To establish a corporate presence in Brazil, businesses need only to set up a local & toll free number, without opening a physical office. Calls can be routed to any location in the world to the companies existing sales and customer service infrastructure. The cloud-based system works with multiple telecommunication providers to provide a failover routing system, so the business phone lines never drops calls due to service failure, eliminating downtime entirely.

Businesses looking for an opportunity to expand should look no further than Brazil, with the incredible growth opportunities available.

Contact Info:
Name: Marcela De Vivo
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Organization: Gryffin Media
Phone: 8184827562

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