Episode: Following the Trail


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Following the Trail

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It never ends well.

It really can’t

There is an organization to renew.

There are new tasks, new demands, new technology to install, new procedures to develop.

So what do you get when a tech consulting job ends?  You’re supposed to get a new company, but perhaps all you get is a trail of beans.

The concluding episode in a series on the ins and outs of tech consulting.

Cast:

  • Kit, Director of Consulting – Kit Kuksenok
  • Evelyn, the Business Manager – Margaux Amie 
  • Ida, Friend of Florian   – Debbon Ayer
  • Peter, Friend of Florian  – Ron Bianchi
  • Sonja, BKL Operations Manager  – Debbon Ayer
  • Leena, Niece of Florian and BKL Director – Zoe Anastassiou
  • Victor – Jake Minevich

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