Did you manage to have a look at part one? In our last post, Paul discussed some of the lessons CloudCall learnt in 2020 as well as his predictions on how AI (Artificial Intelligence) will change the industry this year.
You may have noticed that last month, our logos on social media turned from purple to green. We changed our logos to reflect us being given a Green Economy Mark by London Stock Exchange.
Getting a mark is pretty important to us and we wanted to share the news with our network.
Our logos have now changed back to purple, but not by any means does that mean we’re no longer green!
Cloudcall’s Director of Sales for North America, Jon Croft, is fully aware of this. On a daily basis he is learning about the challenges our prospective customers are encountering, and how CloudCall can fit into their strategy for overcoming them. One area where Jon knows we stand out from competitors is our powerful integration with CRM systems. Read More
Have you noticed? Green is the new purple, so they say…. or maybe they don’t. Anyway, we’ve gone green!
This month, we have decided to go green, to highlight being presented with London Stock Exchange’s Green Economy Mark. But, ‘What does that mean?’, we hear you ask.
The Green Economy Mark recognises London-listed equity issuers, who make over 50% of their total revenue from environmentally positive goods, products and services. Basically, this means, we’re pretty green.
Our CEO Simon Cleaver said “We’re ecstatic to be given the Green Economy Mark. The Mark not only shows how hard we have worked behind-the-scenes, constantly taking actions to be green, but also highlights the importance of supporting environmental causes.
“We aim to reduce our carbon footprint as a company as much as possible over the coming months and years. I can’t wait to see the progress CloudCall will have made in just a couple of years’ time.”
Companies considering the size of their carbon footprint is becoming increasingly important to investors. London Stock Exchange created the Mark to help investors identify an investible universe of ‘green economy’ equities and which companies have made significant adjustments to become green.
Over the next few weeks, we will be explaining a little bit more about the Green Economy Mark, what it means for us to receive it and also, how you yourself can go green.
It’s vitally important to implement tools and systems that will help you compete in your market. However, it can be overwhelming with new tools arriving on the market every day. Additionally, business owners don’t always have a lot of money to spend on the latest systems, so must carefully consider which tools to invest in. CloudCall provides a powerful communications platform that simplifies your life. Watch our short video which highlights why it’s such an effective system and how it can impact your business.
Raymond’s background includes accounting, recruitment and IT management before founding Kyloe Partners five years ago. Kyloe partners aim to optimise their client’s use of Bullhorn to reduce costs and speed up the process to drive sales.
In this episode Raymond talks us through the challenges of running a business in Orkney, which is a remote and isolated island to the north of Scotland. He shares his experience of how he built the business and how things progressed to where they are today. Raymond also sheds some light on what it’s like the be a Bullhorn partner, including the benefits he has found when building his own professional network, meeting prospects and attending events.
Dualta has 10 years of experience in the recruitment industry and founded Dualta Doherty & Partners five years ago. They are a Rec2Rec recruitment agency with a focus on international work. In 2018 Dualta set up The Recruiter Startup Podcast to explore building & scaling a recruitment company with the best & brightest in the industry as guests sharing their knowledge. As well as this, he recently set up a remote recruitment business called Scale International. Read More
As more start-ups are adopting business phone systems that operate in the cloud, understanding why they are choosing to leave behind traditional landlines can help when making the decision on what phone system is right for your business. Read More