Frans-Anton Vermast will be in Australia in early March and for those interested, as at previous occasions, he is happy to share his enormous experience in relation to community and municipality broadband policies and strategies with members of our group.
You might recall that he has presented at some of the BuddeComm Roundtables in the past and he has advised the Minister’s team and several councils around the country. Feel free to contact me if you are interested, or contact Frans-Anton directly on email@example.com
Here is his short profile.
“As a European public and government affairs advisor (including regulatory issues) Frans-Anton Vermast has been involved in the outset in the Amsterdam Fibre from the Home initiative (www.citynet.nl), the open access communication infrastructure in the City of Den Haag (The Hague) en the Province of Limburg. Since 2004 he has built up considerable business and regulatory knowledge on open communication infrastructures based on glass fibre techniques in the Netherlands and Europe.
As Strategy Advisor of Amsterdam Smart City he presently also focuses on appliances and services that are available with an open access symmetrical communication infrastructure to provide social and economic benefits as well as more sustainable solutions for a better environment.
He has a great deal of Dutch, European and world wide experience with local government and municipality participation in these initiatives”.
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