Wednesday, October 17, 2012
Corporate Electronic Waste: Scope and Scale, State of the Industry, Evolving Laws, and Available Options from CommNexus on Vimeo.
Check out this awesome video of Shelton Basham speaking at the Corporate Electronic Waste conference! This event took place in bright and sunny San Diego, CA. The conference included an expert panel that presented the current state of the electronic waste landscape, legal implications for corporations and consumers, the scale of this massive and growing problem, and possible solutions.
Wednesday, December 21, 2011
Leading wireless company one of only 476 U.S. companies to take on the challenge and earn this
IRVINE, CA (December 19, 2011) – Full Circle Wireless, the global leader in extending the usefulness and value of wireless
devices, today announced that the company has been officially certified as a B-Corporation by B Lab, a nonprofit
organization dedicated to using the power of business to solve social and environmental problems.
According to B Lab, “Our vision is simple yet ambitious: to create a new sector of the economy which uses the power of
business to solve social and environmental problems. This sector will be comprised of a new type of corporation – the B
Corporation – that meets rigorous and independent standards of social and environmental performance, accountability,
The B Corp Certification is a third party certification consumers can trust. Being certified shows that you’re a good
company and step above those with just good marketing. B Corporations reach over 17 million conscious consumers
through a community brand campaign and are a strong presence at conferences, exhibitions and events.
“Becoming a B Corporation is in perfect harmony with Full Circle’s original vision,” says Shelton Basham, General Manager and CEO for Full Circle Wireless. “While qualifying was a rewarding challenge, the practices they asked us to adhere tohave always been a part of the fabric that comprises the core function of our business. We are thrilled at what thismeans for our organization.”
For more information on B Labs and how to become a B Corporation, please visit http://www.bcorporation.net.
About Full Circle Wireless
Founded in 2003, Full Circle Wireless, a Clover Holdings company, has emerged as an industry leader in extending the
usefulness and value of used cellular devices for companies of all sizes. The company touts a growing roster of blue chip
clients. For more information, please visit www.fullcirclewireless.com, call (949) 783-7979 or e-mail
Full Circle Wireless
Shelton Basham, General Manager/CEO
Friday, October 21, 2011
Recent acquisition by Clover Holdings Inc. positions reverse logistics expert to become the global leader in wireless buyback for enterprises on a global level.
Irvine, CA – October 11, 2011 – Full Circle Wireless, the global leader in extending the usefulness and value of wireless devices, today announced that the company has launched a new solution that will offer the industry’s broadest buyback opportunities for enterprise customers and carriers, as well channel partners. The new service will ensure greater success in closing or renewing opportunities – providing enterprise customers a way to reclaim unrealized revenue for wireless devices far-beyond the typical handset.
“The combination of Full Circle Wireless and Clover is exciting,” says Shelton Basham, CEO for Full Circle Wireless. “Together we will accelerate our vision of enabling global service excellence by integrating highly complementary solution sets, leveraging the industry’s deepest service domain expertise, and serving, by far, the industry’s largest and most impressive client base. Together we are the clear wireless buyback market leader with capabilities to deliver unparalleled value to our clients and partners worldwide.”
While others have focused on gaming systems, DVD’s and cameras at the consumer level, Full Circle built it’s foundation on cell phones and is now expanding to include mobility solution devices, wireless scanners, modems and other carrier supported, and higher-value, wireless devices. Until now, this type of equipment has been ignored in the buyback arena.
“Our acquisition of Full Circle Wireless is a clear demonstration of Clover’s commitment to building the wireless industry’s broadest and deepest buyback service solution,” says Brian Regan, Executive Vice President of Clover Environmental Solutions, a division of Clover Holdings Inc. “Full Circle’s leading services, in combination with products and services currently offered by Clover, will now enable the world’s leading carriers and companies to best capitalize on opportunities and maximize revenue, profits and customer retention in both the retail and enterprise channels.”
Full Circle is already engaging customer opportunities on a custom quote basis.
Basham continues, “Because this is an acquisition and not a round of investment we are positioned for the long haul to sustain our position as the global leader in wireless buyback at the enterprise level. Our focus is squarely on long term profitability and value vs. short term gains.”
As organizations seek to generate cost savings and grow margins through green initiatives, they continue to partner and succeed with Full Circle Wireless for all their wireless device recycling needs.
About Full Circle Wireless
Founded in 2003, Full Circle Wireless has emerged as an industry leader in extending the usefulness and value of used cellular devices for companies of all sizes. The company touts a growing roster of blue chip clients. For more information, please visit www.fullcirclewireless.com, call (949) 783-7979 or e-mail email@example.com.
Peter Nilsson, President
Performance Public Relations
Friday, February 4, 2011
This week News Corp launched The Daily which is an iPad only publication boasting a more interactive experience. According to CNNMoney.com, $30 Million was invested for launch and yearly costs are $26 million. The Daily has 100 staffers committed to the new publication costing $0.99/week or $40/yearly subscriptions.
New York Times is starting their own iPad publication called News.me. This app will be less traditional in that it will show stories based on your preferences and what’s being read by who you follow on Twitter. News.me seems to be more of a competitor of Flipboard by being a aggregating articles instead of the new content provided by The Daily.
Monday, January 24, 2011
Starting today Starbucks is accepting payment through their iPhone and BlackBerry Starbucks Card Mobile App nationwide! Within the app, you are able to check and reload balances, view transactions, and have the phone scanned for payment. I guess payment for the new Starbucks size, trenta, just got easier!
Friday, January 21, 2011
Rumors regarding an iPad 2 have been flying around since the original iPad was released.
At CES we saw many iPad 2 cases that had room for a front and rear facing camera and SD card slots. MacRumors reports the welcomed addition of FaceTime , Apple Camera, and Photo Booth Apps on the iPad 2.
Everything is pointing toward an April release of the new tablet, according to AppleInsider.
Wednesday, January 12, 2011
After many years of rumors Verizon will now have the iPhone on February 10th! You can find out more about ordering your Verizon phone here. Verizon’s iPhone will have most of the same features as AT&T’s, plus it will be able to act as a mobile hot spot for up to 5 devices.
Tuesday, January 11, 2011
The Full Circle gang had a blast at CES. We met some amazing people and found some really great products. Here are some of our highlights!
LG had some amazing products to show off this year. We were most impressed with their OLED TV’s with the very thin (2.9 mm to be exact) screen. We also got to play with LG’s newest smartphones (LG Optimus 2X and LG Optimus Black). The LG Optimus 2X was fun to pick up 3.8 ounces. Both boast some great features which shouldn’t be missed.
Panasonic had the ‘wow factor’ with their impressive room of screens and the 12.6 foot wide 3D plasma!
The office is a buzz with the excitement we had at CES 2011 and can’t wait for CES 2012!
Monday, January 3, 2011
You are not alone if you over slept due the iPhone’s alarm not ringing this morning. The apparent self fix that Apple assured users yesterday would fix itself, left many iPhone users late for work today. Apple told Engadget, “We’re aware of an issue related to non repeating alarms set for January 1 or 2. Customers can set recurring alarms for those dates and all alarms will work properly beginning January 3.” Unfortunately for many who trusted the self correction, their alarm failed to ring. CNN is reporting 5 free alarm apps that do work such as the Nightstand Central Free or Clock Pro Free. Or we recommend setting up an old fashioned alarm clock in the mean time!
Wednesday, December 29, 2010
Full Circle is gearing up for the Consumer Electronic Show in Las Vegas. Not only are we excited to share Full Circle with CES goers but we are also getting antsy to play with the latest and greatest smartphones. We are keeping our eyes open for the HTC Thunderbolt for Verizon and the Motorola Cliq 2 or rumored name Motorola Bengonia. We’ll keep you up updated on the great phones we find next week!