Campaign will be extended with second partner event in Milton Keynes highlighting the potential in seven major towns and cities
Telford, 05 July 2018 – Entanet, the leading wholesale connectivity provider, is hosting its second regional event of the year showing partners how to develop their sales of Gigabit services on its CityFibre network in Bracknell, Leicester, Milton Keynes, Northampton, Nottingham, Peterborough, and Reading.
With over 19,000 businesses located within reach of a combined full fibre infrastructure that extends for more than 500 kilometres over these seven towns and cities, Entanet is planning to deliver a compelling message about the powerful opportunities its competitively-priced, full fibre connectivity services can provide to resellers in the region.
Hot on the heels of the successful launch of its THRIVE! partner programme, Entanet’s special partner event, Shaping Britain’s Full Fibre Future – The Channel’s Opportunity, will help delegates understand how to take advantage of the strong market in central and eastern England with its GPON and Ethernet services.
The event will take place at the De Vere Horwood Estate near Milton Keynes on Thursday 12th July and build on the success of Entanet’s first partner briefing, which took place in Yorkshire in March.
The event will also cover how to access the Gigabit Voucher scheme, which gives SMEs up to £3,000 off the installation of Gigabit-capable connectivity through Entanet. They’ll also get the chance to see how Entanet’s Full Fibre VoIP and Hosted Voice services can help them create ‘sticky’ customers and generate generous margins.
Stephen Barclay, Sales Director for Entanet, stated: “As a leading wholesaler with our own extensive infrastructure in the ground, the scale of the opportunity offered by our ultrafast and competitively-priced, full fibre services is something we’re really excited to share with our partners.
“Central and eastern England contains some of the most rapidly-growing and innovative towns and cities in the UK and the continued prosperity and growth of the whole region is dependent on fast and reliable full fibre connectivity. This is why we’re confident that our products and services will be of real benefit to our partners and their customers.”
In addition to Entanet’s announcements, delegates will hear from Alan Fletcher, Business Development and Lab Manager for the Open University’s Knowledge Media Institute, based in Milton Keynes, who will outline how creating smart digital cities is helping businesses to thrive.
Stephen Barclay added: “The event will be a fantastic opportunity to outline to our current and prospective partners the scale of the opportunity and how they can successfully target customers and accelerate their success in these leading digital cities in central and eastern England.”
Shaping Britain’s Full Fibre Future – The Channel’s Opportunity takes place between 9:30am and 12:00pm on Thursday 12th July at De Vere Horwood Estate. Channel partners interested in attending should contact the Entanet Marketing team by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible.
For more information visit www.enta.net.
Picture: Stephen Barclay, Entanet.