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City attracts call centre. (Around the North).

One of the world's largest independently owned telemarketing and tele-services organizations is setting up shop in Sudbury.

DialAmerica announced in mid-October it will be opening a call centre in Sudbury, the company's first centre to be established in Canada. Officials with DialAmerica say at full capacity the centre will fill about 250 positions, with recruiting and hiring taking place in November. The company's Canadian branch will go by the name AllTell. The centre will handle outbound calls and is slated to open Dec. 3.
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Title Annotation:DialAmerica opening a call center in Sudbury, Ontario
Publication:Northern Ontario Business
Article Type:Brief Article
Geographic Code:1CONT
Date:Nov 1, 2001
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