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Simon Williams

Simon is a senior proposition and delivery consultant specialising in digital infrastructure in the place and in Smart Cities.  He previously worked and collaborated with the Digital and Future Cities Catapult supporting UK development of 5G, IoT and place based technology in cities.  He also supports business development in 5G and LFFN in his role.

Simon supported the Ferrovial group helping to develop the next steps of SME innovation and IoT delivery to support Boroughs, Cities and regions.He also led the research and development of the digital infrastructure plan for Brent Council, help benchmark the UK’s approach to full fibre and 5G against best in class internationally.

Simon is known for belief in and delivery of partnerships that achieve the objectives of all stakeholders including the first ‘incremental partnerships’ in the UK. Simon has held senior roles and has worked with contracting clients to change the delivery paradigms of organisations such as Anite, Serco, Capita, BT, Amey, Unisys, Anite, HCL and Balfour Beatty.

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