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VTA Publications: Publishing For Distance

by Chris Holden - April 14th, 2016.
Filed under: Becoming Successful.

VTA Publications has been around for 4 years now. They publish various distance learning material, in both the physical and digital format. VTA Publications also helps to plan events. They mainly deal with events that have a very unique or niche genre. And not only does VTA plan the event, but they also manage it and a special touch that they bring to their management is their long list of connections. VTA has the ability to find excellent experts and professionals in niche fields and schedule them to perform, teach or speak at a seminar or conference.

There are a multitude of testimonials, both written and in video format, that show how impressed people are with VTA Publications and the courses and events that they offer. There are several pages of written testimonials and a 6 minute long video that interviews several individuals on their experience with the company. The business is located in Norfolk in a registered office and they have a customer service center in Berkshire. More information can be attained by emailing the company through their online contact form or by calling, emailing, or visiting their offices in person.

One of the additional, and free, services that VTA Publications likes to provide its clients is blog posting. Occasionally the firm will put up a new article that includes a few stories and some advice on how to succeed in the world of business. In one recent post, the article discussed the infamous ice hockey story of the 1980 Olympic matchup between American and the Soviet Union. The coach, Herb Brooks, decided to take a unique approach to building a team and look for young men who could play with each other rather than for a group of men who were each the best at their position. However, even this was not enough to make people believe that that United States had a good chance at winning. In fact, they were saying that the U.S. had a 1 in 10 chance of beating the Soviet Union. Brooks chose to look at it differently. He told his players that maybe they only had a 1 in 10 chance of winning but that tonight was that tenth chance where they were going to win. The post suggested that every entrepreneur should think like this because it will help them put in more effort. has more information about VTA Publications and their holdings.

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