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Spartan Global Services offer IT asset management and disposal, plus secure data destruction services through compliant and responsible WEEE recycling and disposal. They operate reverse logistics on returned and defective items, which they then re-market to public sectors, like the NHS and the Home Office, as well as private sector clients, such as accountants and retailers. With three new contracts recently won and more in the pipeline, the funds raised will be used to facilitate this growing demand.

Hassle-free IT asset management and disposal

At Spartan Global Services, we specialise in Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) recycling and disposal from our facility in Cannock, Staffordshire. All our solutions are tailored with an ability to understand what our clients need and the flexibility to meet their requirements in the most efficient way possible. We aim to take the hassle out of a job as crucial as asset and data management, as an organisation our clients can trust; we're therefore complaint within the perimeters of 9001, 14001, 27001, and GDPR.

An important part of our business is the reverse logistics of IT assets that have been returned and may be defective. This allows us to provide competitively-priced, high-grade products at significantly lower prices than if they were new, which our re-marketing team sells as wholesale and via online platforms around the world. This equipment is from big brand names like Apple, Samsung, Dell, and HP, and we install well-known software such as by Mircosoft and Adobe, with hardware warranties of up to three years.

We recently won three new contracts revolving around the IT equipment in corporate environments and the education sector, with the aim of helping them reduce their carbon footprint. So far, we've serviced 56 clients and have managed 40,000 assets in both private and public sectors, including the NHS and Home Office. With more contracts in the pipeline, we're looking to raise funds to meet this uptake in demand, enabling us to further expand our company reach.

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Maximum
£ 53k
Raised
£ 53k
Investors
282
Estimated close date
Funded 2 months ago in 11 days

Where will the funds go?

Facilitate contracts
£53,200

Key people

Christian Pattihis
Director

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A. The companies are managed by the CEO and senior management team. The first Spartan company was established in Sept 2008

A. Are you requiring feedback of people/organisations who work with us, or employees who work for us? We can provide very positive references from the NHS and other high profile clients. The Glassdoor review is anonymous and we believe is either false, or an ex-disgruntled employee. We have a team of 12 people at present, of which 2 are completed apprentices (both here 2 years) and other full timers who have been with the company a minimum 3 years.

A. We have only just posted our last FY accounts early which show a strong positive position. We also do not have, or have had, any credit facilities previously.

A. We trade with dozens of wholesale traders and retailers in the UK and across the world. We also operate 3 online sales platforms being ebay, Amazon and our own ecommerce store which comprises of a database of 30k existing customers

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Business brand

Cannock, UK

"Hassle-free IT asset management and disposal"

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6 years, 6 months
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