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Coms Promotes Talent to Marketing Director

LONDON, January 29, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Chris Phillips steps up from Marketing Manager

Coms is pleased to announce the promotion of Chris Phillips to the new role of Marketing Director. He was previously the company's Marketing Manager having joined the business on 1 October 2013.

The promotion of Chris confirms the importance of marketing to the growing communication and connectivity specialist. Chris will also be responsible for the performance and delivery of Coms Media - a new subsidiary to the Coms Group.

Chris will complement the senior management team at Coms by working with all the departments to deliver the dedicated marketing strategy he implemented.

Dave Breith, CEO for Coms, commented: "Chris has demonstrated a huge amount of ability in his first few months. In a new industry sector, he has implemented a number of new concepts to improve the marketing direction of the business. He has worked tirelessly to help integrate our new businesses and he has taken up his enlarged responsibilities with vigour. The marketing future for Coms is very bright. This promotion will certainly help our achieve objectives for 2014. "

About Coms

Established in 2005, Coms is an end-to-end provider of telecommunications and IT services to business and industry. From hosted VoIP telephony to smart buildings to broadband to business infrastructure, Coms offers an unrivalled service built on innovation, passion and dedication. Unlike most VoIP providers, Coms does not rely on third party providers and we own and operate a UK based Carrier Class telephony platform. For more information, please visit http://www.coms.com

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