10 years and counting for Pure Comms

Growth | South West | Technology
Rob Vivian (right) with England rugby star Jason Robinson.
Rob Vivian (right) with England rugby star Jason Robinson.

A leading telecoms firm in the South West is celebrating its tenth anniversary – and its CEO is hoping to repeat the decade of success in the future.

Pure Comms, which is based just outside Bristol and has an office in Cornwall, is one of the leading telecoms providers in the region.

CEO Rob Vivian established the business in 2009, having previously worked for several other telecoms businesses and identifying a gap in the market for a telecoms provider that built bespoke packages around the client and their needs.

“When I started Pure Comms, the target was always to grow to where we are now, so to see it actually happen has been fantastic,” commented Rob.

“We have achieved massive year-on-year growth thanks to marquee investments in the business and bringing on board several major, high-value clients.”

While ten years is a major milestone, it has been the milestones along the way which have most pleased Rob.

From opening a new office in St Austell and striking a deal to roll out a major infrastructure package for retail giant the Co-Operative Group, to being crowned Reseller of the Year at the Channel Telecom Awards ahead of many of the UK’s leading telecoms firms, Pure Comms’ ambitious growth plans have really taken off.

Couple that with employing more staff, striking a six-figure deal with auctioneers Bonhams, and raising tens of thousands of pounds for charity, and the past ten years certainly haven’t been dull.

Reflecting on the journey Pure Comms has made to become a trailblazer in its field, Vivian said: “Ten years really has flown by.

“Now we want to ensure a legacy that will see Pure Comms keep delivering the very best telecoms and digital solutions for businesses throughout Bristol and the South West for the next 10 years – and beyond.”

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