Rebecca Duffin is the Marketing Executive for WiFi SPARK and has a direct responsibility with the whole look and feel of the SPARK® brand.
Rebecca has been with the company since January 2012 and comes from a design background of Art, Photography and Digital Applications. Her core design framework rests with Adobe and she is responsible for the management of Sales & Marketing literature, promotional and social media management.
Rebecca is the main communications lead for both internal and external comms and she has a direct responsibility liaising with partners in the first and last stages of project implementation.
The BCSC exhibition starts tomorrow! The marketing team of Claire, Becky and Richard from HQ has been setting up all day and we are ready to go!Last modified on
With demand surging, WiFi SPARK appoints Tracy Scriven as Director of Healthcare UK to lead the healthcare team at WiFi SPARK.Last modified on
New Wi-Fi system made possible through an innovative collaboration with three leading digital connectivity experts.Last modified on
Here at WiFi SPARK we would like to commend the team at Cardiff & Vale University Health Board for delivering best in class patient engagement and a rousing support of their National Team during the Euros 2016.Last modified on
Cliff Courtney, Business Development Manager for WiFi SPARK, talked patient engagement and WiFi in the Healthcare sector at the eHealth Ireland Ecosystem Event in Dublin on Wednesday this week.Last modified on
What a wonderful email to receive on a Friday morning, or any morning! Our customer: Cardiff & Vale University Health Board emailed today to thank us for our support.Last modified on
Cardiff & Vale Health Charity have been proudly cheering for the Wales national football team in their Euros 2016 games – watching the matches via the free WiFi that the charity funds for the patients, visitors and staff in the hospitals of Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan.Last modified on
WiFi SPARK has again helped deliver high-quality WiFi connectivity in the Retail Sector, this time across The Brunel Shopping Centre, a prime shopping destination in Swindon representing over 60% of the Town’s retail space.Last modified on
Dean Moody, CCO for WiFi SPARK attended the bustling HackTrain conference in 30 Euston Sq last week. The event was devised in 2015 to provide a platform for technologists to revolutionise the industry.Last modified on
EXETER, England. WiFi SPARK, the UK’s fastest growing managed WiFi provider has doubled its workforce in just over a year since relocating to Exeter.Last modified on
EXETER, England. WiFi SPARK has so far rolled out free WiFi services across Bangor Marina in Northern Ireland, Royal Quays Marina in England and Rhu Marina in Scotland.Last modified on
February 2nd 2016: EXETER, England. WiFi SPARK has successfully achieved certification to the recently updated and internationally recognised ISO 9001:2015 quality standard following an assessment by the British Assessment Bureau.Last modified on
January 27th 2016: LONDON, England. Free WiFi. Two words that we all expect in the public domain. Even more so for healthcare sites. Jeremy Hunt, the health secretary, announced that free WiFi is to be provided in all NHS buildings in an effort to improve treatment and patient experience.Last modified on
January 14th 2016: GLOUCESTER, England. Shoppers can now benefit from fresh, fast and free WiFi at both Gloucester Quays in Gloucester and Lowry Outlet at Salford Quays, UK.Last modified on
January 5th 2016: A stay in hospital can be a stressful experience at the best of times. The Trust was keen to offer a free basic WiFi service.Last modified on