Blandine Fitzgerald is an account manager based in enet's Limerick office. Her role is to be the voice of our customers and to ensure that they are always at the forefront of what we do. She also enjoys getting involved in CSR
Conal Henry, chief executive at enet; I’m often challenged about alternative operators and their capability to build or more specifically to overbuild network. Whether it’s telecoms or electricity, whether it’s in Galway or Glasgow, understanding the incentives behind individual operators will help explain network investment behaviour and why we can and do overbuild.
If there is one growth area that might benefit from a less constrictive set of EU regulations, it is state-funding of super-fast broadband roll-out.
Believe me, I do not want to become embroiled in the internal debate about the rights and wrongs of Brexit, but this point about state intervention was one that was in the air during the UK-wide Infrastructure Investment Showcase and Debates I attended this month (June) in Milton Keynes.
Advances in technology certainly inspire us. A friend of mine for instance, has been contemplating buying up rural pubs because he is almost convinced that driverless cars will eradicate the scourge that is drink-driving and lead to major changes in drinking habits.