The Circular Computing™ team are now back in the office after a productive and thoroughly enjoyable few days at SYNNEX Inspire 2019 in Greenville, South Carolina.
Circular’s contingent- Conrad Mohr, Steve Johns and CEO Scott Mac Meekin – made the trip stateside to be a part of the two-day event hosted by our US distributors, introducing our unique products to the North American market. As a carbon-neutral organisation the emissions from this journey were offset and accounted for as always.
The collaboration between SYNNEX and Circular Computing means that the world’s first remanufactured carbon-neutral laptops are available in the United States, and this was a big opportunity to spread the news to leading individuals, resellers and organisations from across the nation. The team made the most of this time by meeting with a wide variety of people, providing training, and supplying doughnuts (with edible marketing messages attached, win-win!)
Conrad Mohr was pleased with how the trip went, stating “It was great to be part of an event with so many industry leaders involved. Circular Computing™ products got a great deal of attention and it’s always good to be able to have proper face to face conversations, show people the quality on offer and discuss how we can help our partners do good whilst doing good business. Big thanks of course go to SYNNEX for inviting us to be a part of this!”
Part of Circular Computing’s ongoing strategy involves reforestation projects around the world through organisations such as One Tree Planted and WeForest, with 15,360 trees already planted thanks to the SYNNEX/Circular Computing partnership to contribute to the California Moonlight million tree target. Prior to Inspire 2019 it was decided that a further one-off contribution would be made to these projects dependent upon how many people visited the stand and attended training sessions- we’re pleased to announce that 407 trees will be planted as a direct result of this initiative.