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Rebecca Duffin

Rebecca Duffin

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.

December 22nd: WiFi SPARK is proud to support the work of ‘Friendly WiFi’, the world’s first accreditation scheme designed to verify whether a business’ public WiFi service meets a minimum level of filtering to block out access to pornographic and child abuse websites. The ‘Friendly WiFi’ scheme works in partnership with the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF).

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December 15th: Christmas is coming early to children at Royal Stoke University Hospital as Santa embraces the power of digital technology through the WiFi SPARK Platform.

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December 8th: Whether you have WiFi or not, you may be wondering how it can add value to your business. WiFi SPARK tells us how.

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December 1st: University Hospitals of North Midlands (UHNM) is working with WiFi SPARK to develop a market leading, WiFi based, patient focused engagement platform, to be deployed over the WiFi network.

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November 24th 2015: WiFi SPARK, market leader in public WiFi access for the UK and EMEA, has appointed Barry Read as VP of International Sales to continue to scale and expand the company internationally through its channel partners.

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November 17th 2015: WiFi has recently been installed in Limavady Town Centre, offering shoppers, residents and visitors free street-based WiFi in the heart of the town centre, covering Main Street, Market Street, Catherine Street and Linenhall Street.

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November 10th 2015: Following a successful five years of service from WiFi SPARK, St George’s University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has recently re-signed for a further two years.

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Museums are all about history and visitors. The WiFi is no different.

October 30th 2015: The statistics of who owns what device in the digital world are forever increasing year on year. Reaching out to a museum audience has long been achieved by face to face interaction like organised tours and talks. By implementing a SPARK® enabled WiFi network from WiFi SPARK, museums can complement their existing offering with the use of feature-rich WiFi technology.

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October 20th 2015: Following a successful proof of concept of the SPARK® Guest WiFi solution, Conwy County Council has now finished its rollout of guest WiFi to fifty of its sites. Venues include offices, libraries, leisure centres, Conwy Business Centre and Council Chamber.

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October 15, 2015: WiFi SPARK kick starts fundraising for Children’s Hospice South West by smashing this events £1,000 target.

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What is it and how can it help my business?

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Ten miles across Dartmoor may seem perilous to some, but not to us! It’s in the name of Charity!

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WiFi SPARK and Ruckus upgrade to gigabit WiFi at Park Holidays UK flagship location, Coghurst Hall

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Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park engages the public with new WiFi launch

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WiFi connectivity in hospitals could make a huge difference to patient engagement in the NHS.

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WiFi in libraries is a vital step into the future in terms of mass community connectivity, according to leading WiFi provider WiFi SPARK.

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We find that businesses and local Governments only have so many people, so many hands and more importantly so many spoons to be able to feed locations with public WiFi and that’s why we step.

#notenoughspoons

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There are many contributing factors to the patient experience when receiving care at NHS hospitals and WiFi is one such provision that has an increasingly important part to play. 

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What's the password again...

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Marking the 25th Anniversary of the WWW

As many of you have heard in the news, today marks the 25th anniversary of thr World Wide Web.

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