Focus Group are Exhibiting at Law 2016
Law2016, part of LawBizTech, is the ultimate show for legal professionals which takes place at Olympia Conference Centre on 25 & 26th October. Come and visit the Focus team at stand 342 and see how your practice can enhance its business communication solutions with the latest products and systems. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to make an appointment or simply visit our stand on the day. Don’t miss out on our Special Exhibition Promotion and our Prize Draw to win high street vouchers of £250. We hope to see you there.
Focus Group wins Reseller of the Year (LARGE) at Comms Business!
The Comms Business Annual Awards represent the Comms, IT and Mobile Channel’s most prestigious and sought after accolades. We are delighted to be recognised for this achievement for the second time, which was rewarded to the Focus team by Sir Lenny Henry. Thank you to Comms Business for a fantastic evening. We look forward to the new 12 months and building on our business even further.
Ralph Gilbert, Managing Director, commented “It’s fantastic to win this award and I’d like to say thanks to all involved. Those who were judging and particularly the Focus team without whom this wouldn’t be possible. Congratulations to others who also won awards”. For more information on the Comms Business Awards click here.
Industry Coalition Outlines 10 Point Plan for Openreach
There has been recent news surrounding a group of companies, including Sky and Vodafone, that have written to Ofcom proposing ways in which Openreach – BT’s fixed line wholesale division – can be improved.
Sky, Vodafone and all the other members of the ‘industry coalition’ together represent the interests of the majority of consumers and businesses that rely on Openreach, as well as companies which deliver communications solutions to hundreds and thousands of organisations both big and small.
As one of those companies which deliver communications solutions to thousands of businesses, Focus Group Director, Chris Goodman, comments:
“As long as Openreach falls under the control of the BT Group I fear we will not see meaningful change. Openreach have fast become perceived as an entity that has no obligation to deliver a particular level of service to all its customers. If end users suffer at the hands of Openreach there seems to be barely any liability for it…how many businesses can operate in this way despite being in a regulated industry? Hopefully Ofcom will listen to both the consumers it is mandated to protect and the industries’ suppliers who are both regularly short-changed by Openreach in its current form.”
Find out more about the industry coalition’s 10 point plan here.