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2011 Customer Survey Winner

8 February, 2012 (16:52) | Business, Powernet, Powernet News | By: Tony Tugulu

At long last we have finally got around to pulling a name out of the hat! I am happy to announce the winner of Powernet’s Customer Survey 2011 is Ian Morley from Keter UK (they make plastic goods). Ian has been a Powernet customer for the past fifteen years and we are really happy that [...]

QR Codes on Business Cards

16 December, 2011 (14:14) | Mobile, Powernet, Powernet News | By: John Heritage

I wouldn’t usually write a blog post about new Powernet business cards but thanks to the introduction of a QR code on our cards I thought it was worth mentioning. Powernet have been using QR codes for a while now, adding them to print advertising and marketing collateral. We have now added a unique QR [...]

Introducing the Technology Sandbox Trust

29 September, 2011 (09:46) | Powernet, Powernet News | By: John Heritage

Here at Powernet, we’re excited to announce the launch of our “Technology Sandbox Trust” – a scheme that aims to help foster innovation from within our customer base. We’ve always been proactive in supporting our own internal research and development teams, but now we want to move this further by offering support to any customers [...]

Follow us! Powernet is now on Twitter, Facebook and Linkedin!

1 August, 2011 (11:14) | Powernet News | By: John Heritage

As you may know, here at Powernet, we’re experts on all kinds of connectivity. But, until recently, we’ve been guilty of not paying enough attention to connectivity on social networks! So we’ve been making amends and getting out there a bit more – broadening the channels we are using so you can get the latest [...]

Powernet on the web: Where is Digital Britain?

13 July, 2011 (12:02) | Powernet News | By: John Heritage

If there’s an area of debate that ruffles feathers in the connectivity community, Digital Britain must be high up the list. It’s been a rollercoaster of a ride in recent years with Governments, whose leaders barely used email, trying to navigate their way through the Digital Economy Act to a more hopeful future (at least [...]

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