Quickline Communications, a rural broadband provider, is pleased to announce the appointment of a leading commercial expert. Sue Barnes joins the company as the new Chief Commercial Officer from Voneus Broadband.
With over 30 years of experience in senior commercial leadership roles, she has a proven track record of building world-class teams and driving growth in fast-paced environments across telecoms, digital, print and broadcast media within both start-ups and large organisations.
Ultrafast broadband has arrived in a Lincolnshire village, thanks to a full-fibre rollout by specialist rural internet provider Quickline Communications.
It’s all part of the Lincolnshire superfast programme to bring significantly faster broadband speeds to isolated areas of the county. Quickline was awarded the £6.1 million BDUK Broadband grant by Lincolnshire County Council 16 months ago.
Ultrafast broadband provider Quickline Communications Limited (“Quickline”) is pleased to announce the appointment of two leading broadband specialists to its executive team.
Lee Allison will join Quickline in January 2022 as Chief Operating Officer. In his previous role as Head of Engineering Operations at KCOM, Mr Allison was responsible for building the award-winning fibre-to-the-premises (FTTP) network in and around Hull, which brought gigabit broadband capability to over 250,000 premises. He has more recently been responsible for KCOM’s £100m FTTP network expansion investment.
Thousands of residents and businesses across North Yorkshire will be kept up to speed on plans to provide them with ultrafast broadband connectivity, with the launch of a new online information hub.
The new website, ‘Connected Yorkshire’, forms part of the development of the county’s digital infrastructure, which will see broadband specialist Quickline Communications installing OFCOM ultrafast internet access in North Yorkshire’s remotest locations.
Specialist, ultrafast broadband provider Quickline Communications Limited (“Quickline”) and Northleaf Capital Partners (“Northleaf”), a global private markets investment firm, are pleased to announce the appointment of two new Board members to support Quickline’s plans to bring full-fibre and all-new 5G technology to approximately 500,000 premises in rural Britain.
A famously funny Hull-born star is the latest to back a trailblazing initiative that supports enterprising young people in Hull.
The John Cracknell Youth Enterprise Bank, which works in partnership with Hull City Council, offer grants of up to £1,000 for the region’s young people to finance business ideas. It has gained support from educationalists, politicians and business leaders from across the world.
East Yorkshire based wireless internet service provider, Quickline Communications is helping local people feel more confident in using the internet and the devices needed to access it as they support Get Online Week.
As the UK’s biggest annual digital inclusion campaign, Get Online Week has been supported at events across the UK; in libraries, village halls, Job centres and more. Staff and volunteers have helped people to take their next step toward being a confident, capable and safe user of the internet and to #try1thing.
The Tommy Coyle Academy West Hull which specialises in boxing fitness, health and education has been given a free superfast broadband connection from local wireless internet service provider, Quickline Communications.
Quickline Communications who offer super fast broadbrand in Beverley and the surrounding areas contribution now means young people can get online for help with school work, jobs and social interaction while at the gym.