Click here to download the interview.

You already know how I feel about outsourcing (and building a team) in the Philippines right? I believe it’s one of the biggest opportunities for the business owner since (in short) you can get great quality team members, at excellent rates.

That said, most people simply don’t know where to start and it sparks a whole host of questions like: How do you find and hire great staff? How do you train them? How do you work with them virtually? And how do you ensure you don’t get ripped off?

And that’s just the start…

Now, I’m always on the look out to bring you the best information I can find on the topic, so recently, while planning for our SEOmethod3 workshop, I asked a few people in my mastermind group about who I should connect with while in the Philippines.

And you know who came up on more than one occasion?

Listen to Chris Ducker

A guy called Chris Ducker – a Londoner who moved to the Philippines – who runs multiple businesses out of the Philippines. One of his businesses in particular, Virtual Staff Finder (a recruitment company the hooks up local employees to work with international business owners) is most interesting.

Anyway, I bet you can see where this is going 😉

I thought “right, this guy will have insights most people will never have simply because he’s on the ground – eating, breathing, living this stuff”. So I reached out to find out a little more… and here’s the best news, not only does he know this stuff but he’s a great guy too!

So, recorded interview with him and now I’m keen to see what you think.

Click here to download an awesome interview with Chris Ducker on the topic of – how to outsource to the Philippines more effectively.

And please, if you like this call – email me – and let me know… we’re planning on meeting up on my next trip to the Philippines and potentially getting Chris to come to Melbourne early next year to co-run the Outsource Profit Machine 2.0 – stay tuned.

But before I get ahead of myself, download the call here and let me know what you think by posting your comments below.

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