Provider of the UK’s largest independent Full Fibre platform recognised for strong team culture and unrivalled support it provides to partners
London / Telford, 11 July 2022 – CityFibre, the UK’s largest independent carrier-neutral Full Fibre platform, has been named as the winner in three categories of the 2022 Channel Champions awards, which recognise the impressive achievements of channel businesses and their teams over the last 12 months.
As well as being named winner of the awards for Best Vendor/Distributor Marketing Team and Best Vendor/Distributor People and Culture Team, CityFibre was presented with the Channel Champions Team of the Year award and was also highly commended in the Vendor/Service Provider Sales Support Team category.
Responding to the news, Andy Wilson, Head of Wholesale at CityFibre, said: “This is a tremendous endorsement of the strong and inclusive team ethic and approach we have at CityFibre and a reflection, not only of the dedication and effort of our teams, but also of their expertise and commitment to getting it right for partners.
“At CityFibre, we work hard every day to provide the service and support our partners need in delivering the benefits of our Full Fibre infrastructure to their customers, helping them to become more agile, responsive and competitive. This recognition will only make us even more determined to raise the bar even higher, and to deliver an even better Full Fibre service to all our partners and customers throughout the UK.”
It’s the second year in succession that CityFibre has been recognised in the Channel Champions awards. In 2021 it won the Sales Support Team award and was highly commended in the People and Culture category. CityFibre continues to be recognised for the leading contribution it is making in bringing Full Fibre to the UK business community, its ongoing investment commitment, and its progressive and inclusive culture.
Working with wholesale business partners throughout the UK, CityFibre continues to deliver ground-breaking solutions that challenge the incumbent players and advance the development of Britain’s Full Fibre future.
Picture: Andy Wilson, CityFibre.