Business outlines plans to become world’s most friendly telecoms company

A telecoms company director outlined ambitious growth plans to business leaders at a charity fundraiser recently.

Pure Comms, which has offices just outside of Bristol, hosted a major fundraiser in support of the Royal Marines Charitable Trust Fund (RMCTF) that was attended by senior business leaders.

The event was a fine wine and food taster eveningand Director Rob Vivian announced plans to open a new office in Cornwall, a move that underlines the company’s intentions going forward.

He also said the company have ambitions to be the biggest and best provider in the region; and re-confirmed his commitment to putting his employees and customers first with good service and a fun working environment.

Rob comments: “Our telecoms offering and style of doing business has proved to be a recipe for success. I don’t know of many telecoms companies that operate like we do in terms of the events we run and the way we re-invest in the business. We build our solutions around our customers and have created a fulfilling working environment.

“We see Devon and Cornwall as a growth area and an office in this location is the next logical step.The event was a huge success and a good platform for us to announce this big move. We’reproud to be supporting this worthy charity.”

Around £500 was raised for the charity, and senior members of the Royal Marines attended the evening.

Launched in 2009 the company already employ eleven members of staff and in 2012 moved to 2400 sq.ft. offices.

Pure Comms counts auctioneers Bonhams, Bristol Airport, Redrock Recruitment, Virgin Fast Track company Opus and The Hive as its customers.