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By Constantinos Calios

Reminder: KoRo video conference


Dear Companists,

We would like to remind you of our live video conference on Wednesday at 6 p.m. You can ask us your questions personally and learn more about the newest developments at KoRo.

Link: https://app.livestorm.co/companisto/koro-videokonferenz
Date: Wednesday, 16.05.2018, 6 p.m.
Host: Constantinos Calios & Piran Asci, founders and managing directors at KoRo


How it works:

The link sends you to the registration site. Simply enter your name and email address to complete your profile. You will receive an automated reminder email 1 hour before the live stream starts. You can register for the live stream any time, both before and during the transmission, to join the conference room. https://app.livestorm.co/companisto/koro-videokonferenz


KoRo - Livestorm Registrierungsseite


The transmission is compatible with all browsers; there is no need to download a software or app. During the video conference, you can enter your questions and suggestions in the chat window for all to see, and we will answer you directly (live both to see and hear). Depending on participation, we plan on holding the video conference for 1 hour. https://app.livestorm.co/companisto/koro-videokonferenz


We look forward to your questions and talking with you this Wednesday at 6 p.m.

Greetings from your team at KoRo!


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