Business People Figures
Business people figures - Vector clipart library
The vector stencils library Business people figures is included in the Business and Finance solution from Illustration area of ConceptDraw Solution Park.
Use it to quick draw illustrations, diagrams and infographics for your business documents, presentations and websites.
The clipart library Business people figures includes 27 design elements:
- Phone talks
- Private meeting
- Internet conference
- Web conference
- Signing of a contract
- Discussion of an agreement
- Personal calculation
- Human resource
- Available resource
- Employed worker
- Underloaded resource
- Overdriven resource
- Resource allocation
- Partner company
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