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Swansea-based Call Blocking Technology Business Welcomes New Creative Expert


A Swansea-based firm which specialises in nuisance call blocking technology has welcomed a new creative expert into the fold as it unveils aggressive growth plans in oversees markets.

SWANSEA / CPR CALLBLOCKER Wednesday 9th December 2015Branding expert, Emily Flight, has joined CPR Call Blocker as part of the ongoing expansion and development at the firm, which recently opened a new 5,000sq ft office and warehouse facility in Swansea’s Enterprise Zone.

CPR Call Blocker manufactures and distributes the world’s bestselling call blocking device, which blocks nuisance and scam calls to landlines. Emily’s role has been newly created to assist the company in creating a global brand vision as it continues to expand into the US and Australian markets.

Kris Hicks, CPR Call Blocker’s Head of Marketing, says:

“We are delighted to welcome Emily to the CPR Call Blocker team. She joins us at an exciting time of growth and development and we look forward to seeing her bring her creative flair and expertise to the table as we grow our brand globally.

“Emily has a gift for spotting opportunities to present our products in the most imaginative and eye-catching way and I know she will be a valuable asset to us.

“This is a particularly exciting time for the company as we embark on our ambitious growth plans and concentrate our efforts on the US and Australian markets, and as we see a new trend in sales from SMEs that are being targeted by scammers and unwanted callers. Businesses are wasting time and losing money by answering these calls and we hope to make a further impact in this market in 2016.”

CPR Call Blocker devices work by allowing consumers to block unwanted calls at the touch of a button, and they are pre-programmed with more than 1,200 rogue numbers known to the call prevention registry.

The company’s IT, web design and customer service functions are based at Lakeside Technology Park. As well as having extensive office space, the new premises has a large a warehouse on the ground floor which CPR will make use of as it continues to grow.

Since it started trading in 2010, CPR Call Blocker has seen a demand for its core product in the UK and in the US. As well as selling directly to the public online, the CPR Call Blocker product range is also available on Amazon and through major retailers such as Tesco, Argos, Homebase and Maplin. The company now employs over 20 people across both its Swansea sites and is looking to boost its workforce further.

For more information about CPR Call Blocker contact 0800 652 7780 or visit

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