Episode 2: Permission to Work
In the newest episode of The Fibre Exchange, Andrew Wilson, Sales Director Business Wholesale, Sophie Eborall, Wayleave Operations Manager and Clair Moss, Customer Delivery Senior Ethernet Manager, talk all things Permission to Work. Find out how our new process is benefiting our partners and their business customers.
Episode 1: It's great to be in '23
The Fibre Exchange is kicking 2023 off with a bang...our first episode of the year is now live. In the first episode of 2023, Andrew Wilson, Sales Director - Wholesale, Martin Pedler, Sales Manager Carrier National, and Paul Heritage-Redpath, Head of Products, talk promotions, permission to work and the power of partnerships. You'll also find out if any of them have kept up with their 2023 new years resolutions.
Episode 8: All about mobile
"We're putting the band back together".....Join Mark Balfour, Strategic Account Development Director, Steve Porter, Head of Sales - Mobile and Wireless and Andrew Soper, Account Director Mobile, as they reunite the mobile team and talk all about mobile.
Find out how CityFibre got into the mobile space, and what legacy they hope to leave behind.
Episode 6: International Women In Engineering Day
We’re celebrating International Women in Engineering Day 2022. Find out how we're making waves in attracting female talent into a career within the Full Fibre industry, as Faye Marchant sits down with Hannah Carter, Lead Build Assurance Engineer, Lisa Chinn, City Build Manager and Amanda O’Hara, Head of Area Build.
Episode 5: Product Series: Ethernet Flex
Head of Product, Paul Heritage-Redpath, talks to Head of Carrier, Martin Pedler and Business Sales Manager, John Igoe in the second of our product series about our ground-breaking Ethernet Flex.
What is our groundbreaking product? Listen to the second of our mini Product Series.
Episode 4: Product Series: Dark Fibre
Join Head of Carrier Sales, Martin Pedler and Head of Product, Paul Heritage-Redpath as they talk all things Dark Fibre.
From Fibre Tax to what is DWDM? Listen to the first of our mini Product Series.
Episode 3: International Women's Day 2022
Marking International Women's Day 2022, Marketing Executive, Faye Marchant sits down with Customer Experience Manager, Rachel Shropshire and Head of Customer Services, Jude Felton to talk about their experiences and how we can #BreakTheBias.
Episode 2: In conversation with…Andrew Wilson
Head of Regional Sales, Paul North sits down with Head of Wholesale, Andrew Wilson, for our 'In conversation with...' series. Paul and Andy discuss the Full Fibre landscape, Andy's 25 years in telco and what has shaped him as a leader.
Episode 1: The Copper Switch-off
Our first episode delves into The Copper Switch-off from our strategic, product and regulatory perspectives. Special guests Clayton Nash, Strategy Director, Mike Greening, Product Director and Alex Blowers, Director of Regulatory Affairs talk to host Martin Pedler, Head of Carrier Sales, to discuss:
- What the switch off means
- The impact on the market
- What more the government and regulators could do to support the industry
- What happens if we and our partners do nothing?
Who is CityFibre?
At CityFibre, we’re building a new, intelligent, open-access fibre network, purpose built for the data age. We’re upgrading communities across the country, giving people a better foundation for their digital lives, enabling businesses to innovate, and helping to strengthen the UK economy.
Our national networks are expanding rapidly, and we are already the network of choice for major Internet Service Providers and mobile operators including TalkTalk, Three, Vodafone and Zen, as well as dozens of exciting smaller providers.
Using our networks, our customers can provide theirs, be they homes, businesses, schools, or hospitals with broadband, Ethernet and mobile connections so quick and reliable, you can practically take them for granted.
With almost two million premises already passed, our fully financed rollout programme is on track to serve a third of the UK by 2025. That’s around 8m homes, 800k businesses, 400k local authority sites and 250k 5G access points that will soon have access to the UK’s finest digital infrastructure.