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  • Double Board Appointment as Commsworld Broadens Horizons

    06 April 2018
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    TWO business heavyweights have joined the board at Scotland’s largest independent telecoms firm as it prepares for further expansion.

    Former Senior Vice President of Atos and Chief Executive of Capita Scotland, Steve Langmead will join as a Non-Executive Director in an outward-looking role to help the business achieve the next stage of its growth.

    He will be joined in a similar …

  • Commsworld Announce Record Growth

    02 April 2018
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    Commsworld, Scotland's largest independent telecommunications provider has announced record revenues with surging growth also forecast.

    Commsworld has enjoyed its best ever financial year, with revenue for 2017[1] of over £15 million, up 15% on the previous year.

    The impressive growth comes following a number of large public sector contract wins, including work on ICT contracts for …

  • Commsworld Invest in Next Generation of Edinburgh’s Rugby Stars

    30 March 2018
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    EDINBURGH’S premier rugby club has secured much-needed sponsorship which will enable it to develop both its flourishing academy and talented first team.

    Boroughmuir Rugby Club has announced it’s to continue its fruitful partnership with Edinburgh-headquartered tech firm, Commsworld, as lead sponsor for the next five years.

    The deal allows the team to continue its work in the local …

  • Commsworld Secures £30million Contract in Glasgow City Council ICT Deal

    09 February 2018
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    Glasgow to be Transformed by Scottish Tech Success Story 

    Press Release:

    A HOMEGROWN SME has landed a pivotal role in the UK’s largest recent public sector contract that will see Glasgow evolve into a “globally renowned” digital city.

    Commsworld has now finalised a milestone £30million contract to become a key provider within the seven-year Information and …

  • Commsworld Welcomes Ambitious Superfast Broadband Budget Plan

    15 December 2017
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    SCOTLAND’S Finance Secretary Derek Mackay has revealed a £600million programme bidding to ensure every business in Scotland receives high-speed broadband internet access by 2021.

    The country’s tech community has been broadly welcoming of the proposal, which is designed to ensure that Scotland’s economy is prepared for a digital future – and that no business is left …

  • Commsworld’s View on the CityFibre and Vodafone Breakthrough

    10 November 2017
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    Momentous Partnership will see the UK’s ailing infrastructure finally light up – by Ricky Nicol

    YESTERDAY’s announcement of a strategic partnership between CityFibre and Vodafone could just be the pivotal moment for the UK’s critically important network infrastructure.

    The ambition to deliver pure fibre to five million homes by 2025 would represent a transformation on …

  • Sleeping out to support Byte Night

    20 September 2017
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    Commsworld have put together a team to support Action for Children in its 20th year to take part in a sponsored sleep-out beneath the stars.

    Byte Night is the UK's largest 'sleep-out' event with teams from the technology and business services sleeping out in locations across the UK to raise funds to prevent youth homelessness. Hundreds of people including some Commsworld colleagues will be …

  • Commsworld Help Keep Volunteers Stay Connected

    13 September 2017
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    Press Release: 

    Six intrepid volunteers are set to tackle demanding trips to Africa equipped with smartphones provided by an independent Edinburgh tech company.

    Scottish network service provider, Commsworld are helping the volunteers to share their amazing experiences abroad with state of the art phones that have the capability to use local 4G networks in any country.

    The young adults, …

  • Scotland’s Internet Lag is a Major Economic Risk

    04 September 2017
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    Press Release: 

    URGENT and significant action is needed to address Scotland’s critically poor digital infrastructure which has already been “left in the dust” of European neighbours.

    With no solution in sight, experts state that the issue is increasingly becoming a threat to the economy and - if not addressed - is likely to cause the country’s digital market to …

  • Commsworld Targets Growth in Aberdeen with Appointment

    22 August 2017
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    Press Release 23rd August 2017:

    SCOTLAND’S largest independent network and internet provider has underlined ambitious growth plans in the North East of Scotland with the appointment of a specialist salesperson.

    Fresh from a role with telecoms giants BT, Greig Scott brings more than 10 years’ industry experience from within the industry and is committed to further increasing …