About Bridge Fibre

Based in Cambridge, Bridge Fibre provides high-quality business internet services to SMEs as well as science and business parks around the country.

Our story

We operate independently and entirely on your behalf. Our team takes a partnership approach to working with our customers, be they start-ups, SMEs and larger firms.

Bridge Fibre grew out of the established IT support business, Bridge Partners, which was founded in 2001 by joint managing directors Daniel Kleeman MEng, MBA and Andrew Glover BSc, MBCS.

In 2014, Daniel and Andrew decided to launch Bridge Fibre to give customers a business dedicated to providing internet services for SMEs and business parks.

Bridge Partners provides customers nationwide with IT support and continues to grow organically. It currently employs a team of highly experienced IT support managers who give long-term customers dedicated support to ensure the seamless operation of their technology.

Trusted expertise

Both managing directors have successfully set up small businesses and as a result, understand just how much businesses depend on reliable and effective internet connectivity. They and their team also know that choosing the right ISP can be time-consuming and risky. Our business experience means we know the pitfalls and possible issues – you can depend on our team to provide you with practical yet high-performing solutions to suit your budget.

If you require technical support, please call our helpdesk on 01223 755075

For all general enquiries then please contact us here.

Practical, friendly & transparent

Bridge Fibre understands that to give you the best possible long-term solutions, we need to look closely at your business first, then shape the strategy and decide with you which internet services best meet your needs.

Our experts are friendly and approachable and are available to answer your questions or address any concerns, giving you peace of mind. They never use jargon, and make every effort to explain clearly what they are doing and why. After all, you need to understand the technology you are investing in, in order to get the best from it.