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Graham Hill on Running a Business Virtually
"What’s fascinating to me is that every time you meet up with [your virtual co-workers], you've been working together for a couple years on the Net but you've never actually seen the person, never met in person, and it's just a big, big hug, because it's a neat thing. And you really do know the person. You’ve never seen them physically, but you know them," said Graham Hill, founder of Treehugger. "We've had incredibly low turnover and that is one illustration of how well [virtual workplaces] can work."