More and more companies are joining their industry trade association to find out just what is happening as regulations change and catch out the unwary according to Jacqui Brookes OBE, FCS CEO. “In the first quarter of this year we have welcomed 17 new members who are delivering communications products and services to business customers and individual consumers.
“FCS celebrates its 30th anniversary in June and increasingly companies recognise the need for representation of their interests, whether it is as suppliers of non-geographic numbers or as producers of electrical equipment.”
The FCS says it provides a unique voice and valuable industry across the sector for: telecoms resellers, number providers, the business radio community, installers of equipment in vehicles, mobile environmental debate, the recycling and refurbishment sector, spectrum strategy development and spectrum users in the critical national infrastructure.
Brookes added, “We particularly welcome those who have recently joined and look forward to their participation in our member groups and working parties. Thanks are due once again to Nine Telecom Group which is recruiting companies to join FCS as part of their Channel Army scheme.”