Telcom New Hires
From left: Stacy Handley, Peter Casey, Leah Hobson, Neil Bailey, Noel Talag

Telcom makes five hires

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Nicholas Fearn

The internet connectivity provider has announced appointments across its project management, technical and finance functions.

Looking to add more experience to its growing team, the internet connectivity provider has hired from Bruntwood, M247, and Mazars.

Co-CEOs Doug Ward and Shaun Gibson said: “By enhancing key divisions with experienced people, we are confident our customers will benefit from the vast experience and added expertise we have brought in.”

The new hires include:

  • Leah Hobson will be joining as project manager, having completed major projects across the North West with developer Bruntwood. She will focus on the end-to-end delivery of all major projects across the business

  • Noel Talag is taking up the role of group head of network design. He’s had over 27 years experience in the telecommunications industry and has worked for the likes of Ericsson, Nokia, Lucent and Huawei across the world

  • Peter Casey be joining as head of networks after playing an integral role in transforming and scaling connectivity provider M247’s wireless network. At Telcom, Peter will lead on network growth, transforming the legacy network and the roll out of major expansion

  • Stacy Handley also joins from connectivity provider M247 to lead Telcom’s service delivery function, bringing with her 15 years experience in customer service and project delivery

  • After spending the last 10 years at global accountancy firm Mazars, Neil Bailey will join Telcom as financial controller. Neil will bring experience in finance from the public sector to large multinational PLCs to the group

Telcom was founded in Manchester back in 2014 by co-CEO Shaun Gibson, with an aim to build affordable full-fibre networks across the UK. The firm already provides connectivity solutions to a range of high-profile customers, including the NHS, Sky, Google, Uber, Ladbible and Ticketmaster.

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