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Most languages spoken webinar - world record attempt
Online training company Sharp End Training is getting ready to host an unusual world record attempt. Following on from their marathon 36 hour webinar in June - they are trying for the world record for the most languages spoken on a webinar.
The webinar (web based meeting) is set to run on Friday 6th December 2013 starting at 10am with the target being 50 different languages spoken.
Jonathan Senior – owner of Sharp End Training – who is coordinating the effort said “Following on from the longest webinar - we have done a few shorter test events and this seemed like a good idea to have some fun online."
"Anyone who speaks another language (apart from english) is welcome to join us - regardless of where they are in the world"
"The "rules" are very simple" said Jonathan "We want people to introduce themselves in english and in their own language, then to give us three tips for a more successful, peaceful or prosperous 2014. After that they are done and we move on to the next presenter"
The event will be recorded and uploaded to recordsetters.com. If approved as a world record, participants will be able to add a special logo to their website.
A webinar allows multiple people to meet up online and speak as if they were in the same room.
For more details - and to sign up visit http://funkythinkers.com/languages-spoken-webinar/
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