James Brayshaw, CEO of Southport-based AdaptiveComms

Southport-based AdaptiveComms has played an integral role in supporting SMEs throughout the North West to develop stronger communication strategies.

This is achieved through providing a comprehensive range of tailored services and software, from hosted and business telephony systems, Microsoft Office 365 packages, broadband, generalised IT support, as well as photocopiers, printers and CCTV.

Established in 2003, by James Brayshaw, AdaptiveComms has grown to become both successful and acclaimed, with appearances amongst Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses, receiving the E3 Business of the Year Award, and the Northwest Insider 42 Under 42 Award. As an award-winning service, it is this customer-led focus which allows AdaptiveComms to exceed the expectations of their clients.

As part of an ongoing dedication to providing optimum service, the company is reaffirming its commitment to becoming completely carbon neutral by 2030.

Following a carbon footprint assessment, issued by Liverpool John Moores University, this ambitious goal will be achieved through an investment of £450,000.

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The company will be replacing the vehicle fleet, changing office lights to a more sustainable alternative, and introducing a dynamic working structure which supports home working. AdaptiveComms will also be ensuring all the suppliers they work with are in pursuit of the same sustainability goals.

James Brayshaw, CEO said: “We have recently invested in an electric car, the first of many, and have introduced a flexible work-from-home structure. These new steps will not only reduce the carbon footprint of the business but also support employees in remaining every bit as productive whilst also having the ability to work with more flexibility.

“We’re excited to be on this journey to transform the company into a greener one.”

Daniel Blunt, Industry Liaison Officer (Low Carbon Eco-Innovatory) at LJMU said: “Our report has identified opportunities for low carbon development which will ultimately bring about economic and environmental benefits to both AdaptiveComms and the wider community.”

AdaptiveComms has seen a period of growth, with several new appointments and is currently undergoing a brand refresh with a new website launching this summer. Find out more about the company online at www.adaptivecomms.co.uk

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