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Old 10-09-2012, 11:18 PM   #1
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CG work from networking abroad

How much luck has anyone had in traveling to conferences in other locations, networking and picking up work? If that region, say Vancouver, has significant tax credits, would that inhibit the contracting of work out from companies in that region who rely on those local tax credits?

In my city, there is not a lot of demand, and little in the way of related industries that would require much 3D work. I'm wondering if it is worth the expense.
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