Having worked in renewable energy and in digital investment – including for the Royal Mint – he knows what it takes to get people connected and the enormous opportunities it can bring to people’s lives.
In his role at CTG, Tony is working with housing associations and other landlords to help them improve the fibre optic connectivity they can offer their residents, and to help them future proof their buildings in a safe and low carbon way.
“I decided to come to CTG because of the drive and passion of the whole team and because of the core aims of the business,” said Tony, from Chepstow in Wales.
“I feel very closely aligned to CTG and its key objective of helping to digitally connect thousands of homes across the country.
“CTG has a unique proposition – it leads to a win, win, win for landlords, residents and broadband providers – and I believe there is a massive market for what the company is offering.
“I relish the opportunity to be part of a new brand and to be a part of something that has so much drive and enthusiasm. I think that’s quite special.”
Tony said he enjoyed the opportunity to build relationships with landlords and to help them achieve success.
“I know landlords have many challenges right now and I want to offer them solutions so that they can make their buildings safe and improve their digital connection for residents,” he added.
“It’s a breath of fresh air for landlords – that an organisation wants to come and look after their needs, and the needs of their residents, helping them to meet safety, governance and legislative requirements.
“There are only positives.”