Tech your business can
feel good about
12 years in technology has taught us a lot. So often where tech should simplify and accelerate, it complicates and slows us down. Tech shouldn’t be costing your business a fortune...nor the planet its future.
We started Klyk in 2020 to inspire businesses to be more sustainable with their technology. That means we help companies of all shapes and sizes achieve their goals by making smarter and greener technology choices.
And this all starts with being a bit more human. Great service is at the heart of what we do, getting to know you and your business, and turning IT into something you can feel good about!
Asad Hamir, Founder & Chief Tech Concierge
Proud to be B-Corp
To become a certified B Corporation, we needed to demonstrate that we’re committed to meeting the highest standards for accountability and transparency, as well as social and environmental performance.
We not only deliver on this through our core offering of expertly refurbished technology but through our work in the community to help close the digital divide, ensuring everyone has access to the technology they need to live in this modern world.
tonnes of CO2 saved
kilograms of e-waste saved
London through and through
Klyk is run entirely out of our canal-side workshop, tucked between Old Street and Angel.
This not only allows us to provide a fast and personal service, but also significantly reduces our carbon footprint.
Want to learn what makes your refurbished device look and perform like its brand new? Drop by and we’ll show you how we do it!
Closing the Digital Divide
We're committed to helping close the Digital Divide - the gap in society between those people who have access to digital technologies, and those who do not.
A problem made particularly acute by the Covid-19 pandemic, not having access to a mobile phone can make it extremely difficult to access services, attend medical appointments, keep in touch with family and friends, and much more.
We've partnered with the fantastic Community TechAid and have the target of donating 180 smartphones in Q1 2023.