photo credit: Birdfreak.com
Even though I live in a small town with only a small tourist-based economy, with the internet you’re never too remote to start a business. Ten Sleep, Wyoming, population 350, is just as wired as anywhere else and is home to a new business that is teaching English to South Koreans.
Eleutian Technology hires people in towns across northern Wyoming to teach English to South Koreans using Skype, the free online calling and person-to-person video service. Two years old, Eleutian already is one of Wyoming’s fastest-growing businesses.
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