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INCA announce Golds Awards winners

INCA, the Independent Networks Cooperative Association, announced winners of the 'INCA Golds' Awards at its second annual event. The awards aim to acknowledge the efforts of companies and individuals across the UK broadband sector. 

WinnerAward Category
5GRIT Commercial Innovation
Blu Wireless Urban Impact
Gaist Technical Innovation
Fastershire (the collaboration between Herefordshire and Gloucestershire Councils) Best Public Sector Project
Striling Council Rural Impact
Stormontfield Community Association Best Community Project
Cameron Barney Outstanding Contribution by an Organisation

"This year the competition was particularly tough, with entries highlighting some of the finest work across the independent broadband sector. We are extremely proud to be able to recognise this work, which truly showcases the significance of how far the industry has come and the pivotal role independent network operators will play in building the UK's full fibre and 5G networks - enabling communities even in the outmost rural corners of the UK to reap the social and economic benefits of ultrafast connectivity."

Malcolm Corbett, (CEO) INCA

We are also pleased to announce that our very own Andrew Ferguson, Editor of Thinkbroadband received the Individual Contribution Award alongside Dana Tobak of Hyperoptic for exemplary achievements as individuals in the independent broadband sector. 

Comments

Presumably the award for Fastershire is meant to be ironic? Although surely CDS winning would have been even funnier!

  • New_Londoner
  • about 1 month ago

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