M.R.S. Communications are delighted to announce their latest partnership with the Harborne Village BID.
The Harborne Village BID was awarded their Business Improvement District (BID) status in October 2017 and has since been focusing on continually improving communication in the Harborne area. Part of their mission is to encourage businesses to communicate and work with each other – something that is vital in the tackle against crime prevention. The Harborne Village BID aims to improve the retail and business profile of Harborne with the hope that this will guide custom and inward investment to Harborne businesses.
As part of this initiative, the Harborne Village BID decided they would need a communications system to ensure that Harborne Village is a safe and well connected community. Following some research, the Harborne Village BID opted to use M.R.S. Communications to install a reliable radio system that provided full area coverage and a high-quality signal for reception and transmissions.
Carl Duarte, Key Account Manager, and Sarah Ridings, Account Manager, visited the town on Tuesday 28th May 2019 – alongside two experienced engineers, Neil Court and Wayne Russell – to install the new communications system.
Kate Smart, BID Manager at Harborne Village BID, comments on the partnership:
“Great to have the team from M.R.S. Communications visit us in Harborne today to launch our new shop radio system! The most effective method of crime prevention in communities is communication, so we’re delighted to be working in partnership with our security warden and local businesses to help keep the area safe. Thank you M.R.S. Communications for swinging by to help us set up.”
M.R.S. Communications has a proven track record in supplying businesses and local networks with communications systems which have greatly improved their security. If you’d like to know more about the communications services we provide, please contact us. We’ll be very happy to talk to you about your security requirements.