Author Archives: Alan Foy

Blueface & Star2Star Merger

Blueface VoIP Phone Provider and Star2Star Merger
By Alan Foy on January 4, 2018 in Blueface | Press, Business, Feature

On January 1, 2018, Blueface and Star2Star merged into a new company – StarBlue INC – in order to form one of the world’s leading (Top 5) Unified Communications as a Service (UCaaS) businesses. Blueface will retain its branding and trading name in EMEA and we will continue to deliver innovative Unified Communications products, quality […]

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New Blueface UC Platform to Launch in 7 Countries

Alan Foy, Blueface
By Alan Foy on November 22, 2016 in Feature

Today, I’m delighted to announce that Blueface is launching its next generation Cloud Communications Platform, Blueface UC. Blueface UC has been developed through 4 years of R&D and is a leading edge Unified Communications Platform that delivers hosted telephony, cloud contact centre and a full enterprise grade feature set of voice services with extensive API […]

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Our Big Decision

By Alan Foy on July 11, 2016 in Blueface

On 10th July 2016, the Sunday Times published an article discussing the effects the current economic and political climate had on potential acquisitions to be made by Blueface, as well as the effects on an IPO. Below, Blueface Group CEO, Alan Foy, has responded to the piece. Big Decision This weekend, the Sunday Times referenced […]

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Culture

By Alan Foy on April 27, 2015 in Blueface

There is a topic that often gets neglected in the popular entrepreneurial discourse which I think needs a little more focus – culture. The culture of a company or enterprise is often that unquantifiable force that drives an enterprise, guides recruitment and selection and impacts on performance and team retention.    Culture is shaped by a […]

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The Making of Entrepreneurs

By Alan Foy on June 1, 2010 in Business

What is an Entrepreneur? It all depends on who’s talking. Members of the political class, media, industry, academia, and the general public have a variety of perspectives on entrepreneurship.   Often, it means something altogether different for each cohort.  The unfortunate thing about entrepreneurship, however, is that it is sometimes completely misunderstood, and worse still, entrepreneurs […]

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