Moving in One Direction May 26-28, 2012. The tribe has been summoned. Moving in one direction – this is MOD CON 2012 theme for the year. This conference is also the biggest company event so far. Hundreds of MyOutdesk virtual professionals flew and rocked Boracay Island for three days. The Tribe Virtual assistants were divided

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