Cyncly BDM scales Snowdon for charity

Software and content solutions provider Cyncly has helped to raise over £5,000 in aid of Motor Neurone Disease Association (MNDA) following a fund-raising challenge to climb Mount Snowdon.

The climb was completed by Cyncly’s business development manager, David Roberts, who wanted to raise funds for MNDA in memory of his brother Glyn.

Along with friends and family members, Roberts walked the Llanberis Path to Snowdon’s summit, which is Wales’s highest mountain with a summit around 1,085m above sea level.

Roberts’s colleages at Cyncly – as well as the company’s customers – pledged their donations to his fund-raising cause, which helped it smash its target of £5,000.

He commented: “Well, we did it! Conquered our fears and anxieties by working together and proving that, ‘Ain’t no mountain high enough’ to keep us from reaching our fund-raising target for the MNDA. Thank you so much to everyone who donated, wished us luck, and supplied blister plasters – we could not have done it without you.”

The fund-raising total for the charity event has currently surpassed £5,500, but those still wishing to donate can still do so here.

Cyncly was the new name adopted by the merger of Compusoft and 2020. It is the parent company for brands like Compusoft, 2020, and Virtual Worlds. Last month, Cyncly’s chief executive, David Tombre also spoke to kbbreview about why he thinks artificial intelligence is going to be an asset to the KBB industry.

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