Leading communications giant REV from Cable Bahamas recently launched a new initiative for customers to reach them. “We all use WhatsApp in our personal lives and now we’re harnessing this application for business purposes” says Marketing Manager, Melissa Colebrook.
Cable Bahamas wasted no time in providing support to those residents most impacted by the ravages of Hurricane Irma.
Cable Bahamas advises that effective immediately, due to recent changes to programme licensing in our region, we are required to black out WWE programming.
Cable Bahamas COO, John Gomez assured subscribers and the public that the nation’s leading communications Company is closely monitoring Hurricane Irma as it tracks towards The Bahamas.
REV, the nation’s leading communications provider, was recently named the Mall at Marathon’s Merchant of the Year for 2016.
REV has launched a rewards and recognition programme to celebrate employees who are performing consistently well or have shown significant improvement over time. The company announced its first group of honourees during a recent corporate event at the Phil Keeping Building. There, each nominee received $500 and executives revealed the four employees who won in their respective categories for the first quarter of 2017.
The year 2016 was full of milestones for Cable Bahamas Ltd. (CBL). The fourth quarter and year end consolidated results show the Company's greatest ever revenues, topping $180M with an EBITDA of over $43M - and producing a healthy balance sheet. These results were achieved in a tumultuous year for the Company. CBL continued to grow its REV business in The Bahamas, cemented its foothold in Florida with Summit Broadband and, most significantly, won The Bahamas' second mobile licence and successfully launched ALIV mobile service a mere five months later.
Sixty per cent of network restored nationally
NASSAU, THE BAHAMAS, October 16, 2016 — Cable Bahamas announced today that its restoration exercise remains at a steadfast pace, though a severe weather system hindered the company’s repair efforts Sunday. Despite extensive damage to a number of islands hit by category four Hurricane Matthew, 100 per cent of the company’s network is available on San Salvador, Exuma, Abaco, Bimini and Eleuthera, while over 70 per cent of its network is now available on New Providence. The company also announced eight percent restoration on Grand Bahama, primarily in the areas of East Sunrise Highway, Midshipman Road, Pink Pearl Drive, East Beach Drive, Dolphin and Drum Fish Street, Green Turtle Street, Lunar Boulevard and Knots Boulevard.
NewCo2015 Limited (NewCo) announced Monday that it is actively recruiting to staff up its national call centre, which will be located on Grand Bahama. NewCo's call centre will create more than 30 new jobs in the organisation, adding to the 51 already active positions.
NewCo2015 Limited is pleased to announce and welcome Earlene Cartwright as the company’s Marketing Operations Manager. In this role, she will be responsible for the leadership and daily operation of the marketing department. Earlene will focus on developing go-to-market strategies to drive company objectives. She will also lead the process of driving new promotional ideas, market penetration strategies and craft revenue growth models for mobile products and services.