New homeworking telecoms solution sees business beat pandemic blues

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 recruiting and seeing a huge spike in demand for its products despite the coronavirus pandemic hitting many businesses hard.

Pure Comms, based just outside Bristol, has welcomed Georgina Callaghan and Megan Clifford on board as Business Development Managers, taking the Business Development team to four.

There have also been promotions in the team, with Jack Charman moving to Account Management while Laura Reeve-Stuckey has become Head of Projects.

The reshuffle is in response to the additional work from many companies needing Pure Comms’ help to move to remote working and the launch of its Pure Home Working solution, which is proving vital to businesses.

The award-winning company, which celebrated it’s 10th anniversary last year, now has a 15-strong team and is on course to hit the £3million turnover mark at the end of its latest financial year – up significantly on the previous year.

The business has clients all over the UK.

Rob Vivian, who is CEO, comments: “To still be investing and growing in these unprecedented times is reward for our quick decision to diversify into new product offerings that are relevant to businesses now.

“We have seen a huge push towards remote and home working and as a telecoms provider that specialises in building bespoke packages around our clients and their needs, we are delighted to be delivering the right solutions to allow them to keep businesses working.”

Pure Comms has achieved massive year on year growth thanks to marquee investments in the business and bringing on board several major, high-value clients. Customers they work with include IVC Evidensia, Co-op, Britannia Windows, Ascot Group, Bonhams, BWOC, Wickwar Brewing Co, Gardener Haskins.