Spectrum Internet becomes INCA’s newest member

Spectrum Internet, a local company and major internet service provider (ISP) in Wales and South West, has become the newest member of the Independent Networks and Cooperative Association (INCA).

Eager to receive a number of benefits as a result of becoming INCA’s latest member, Spectrum will relish an accreditation to the INCA Marketplace, designed to promote its capabilities, technologies and projects, as well as keep in touch with industry developments, seminars and events run by INCA itself.

Taking place on 15th – 16th September, Spectrum is attending INCA’s Transform Digital conferences in Bristol to hear about the changes in digital infrastructure across the UK.

Malcolm Corbett, CEO of INCA, claims that “it’s great to have a company as ‘can-do’ as Spectrum joining up – INCA thrives on its active and entrepreneurial members.

Giles Phelps, Managing Director of Spectrum Internet, is also be speaking on day one of the event. He will be talking about the importance of providing better broadband for Bristol Businesses, the Superfast Britain connection voucher scheme and the benefits of having better broadband for small businesses.

Spectrum Internet has been a major player across South Wales and South West in the Government funded connection voucher scheme and recently rose to 12th place in the UK suppliers’ league out of 862 providers.

Giles argues that, “it’s important that SMEs across Wales and south West are made aware of the Superfast Britain connection voucher scheme and how the Government funding could help improve their business. We have assisted a number of organisations in Bristol, particularly in Temple Gate Studios, through the voucher scheme and look forward to helping others who need to increase their connectivity.