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Vocus Group Non-Executive Chairman Robert Mansfield AO says people have "put a higher priority on lifestyle now" because of communication. Mr Mansfield spoke to Sky News about "part of the challenge" that businesses are facing due to COVID-19. He said this problem for business relates to "how much do you leave it online," as opposed to how much interaction with people actually takes place. "I think the right answer is somewhere in the middle". "One of the challenges with the current setup after COVID is, it''s hard to translate the DNA of an organisation unless you have face to face contact". "So, even though part of your business can be done online, and all the rest of it, you still need that people interaction to be able to get the DNA of an organisation transferred, and all the rest of it".
Vocus Group Non-Executive Chairman Robert Mansfield AO says communication is an absolute priority for mankind. Mr Mansfield spoke to Sky News Business Editor Ross Greenwood about the company and how it operates in Australia. Vocus is a leading telecommunications company. Mr Greenwood said, whether its undersea cables, or fast fibre optics, what our modern-day telecommunications companies are doing isnt dissimilar to what those early pioneers did back when they were establishing communications in Australia. In other words, connecting us with each other and the rest of the world, Mr Greenwood said. And thats exactly what companies like Vocus are doing right now.
22 Jun 2021 - A snapshot of notable stock news for the hour including Adairs, Washington H Soul Patts & Vocus Group
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India-founded networking integrator STL has won a contract to expand Vocus Groups fibre network across Australia.
This deal strengthens STLs presence in the Australian market, helping network creators deploy high capacity nationwide networks faster.
SYDNEY, June 9, 2021 /PRNewswire/ STL (NSE: STLTECH), an industry-leading integrator of digital networks, recently announced a partnership with Vocus Group, The post Vocus Australia selects STLs Opticonn solutions to expand fibre network appeared first on FNArena .
SYDNEY, June 9, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- STL (NSE: STLTECH), an industry-leading integrator of digital networks, recently announced a partnership with Vocus Group, a specialist fibre and network
Sterlite Technologies rose 1.95% to Rs 274.40 after the company announced a partnership with Vocus Group, a specialist fibre and network solutions provider in Australia.
Vocus Group is Australia''s specialist fibre and network solutions provider, connecting all mainland capitals with Asia and the USA. Regionally, Vocus has backhaul fibre connecting most regional centres in Australia. Vocus also operates an extensive and modern network in New Zealand, connecting the country''s capitals and most regional centres. In total, the Vocus terrestrial network is c.30,000 route-km of high performance, high availability fibre-optic cable, including 4,600km of submarine cable connecting Singapore, Indonesia and Australia and 2,100km of submarine cable between Port Hedland and Darwin and connecting offshore oil and gas facilities in the Timor Sea. Vocus owns a portfolio of well-recognised brands catering to enterprise, government, wholesale, small business and residential customers across Australia and New Zealand.
02 Jun 2021 - Our snapshot of company news making headlines for the hour, featuring South32 (ASX:S32), Codan (ASX:CDA), Vocus Group (ASX:VOC) & Bubs Australia (ASX:BUB).
Macquaries MIRA and Aware Super have kicked off a massive $2 billion debt raising to acquire Vocus Group.
Total technology industry M&A deals worth $3.72bn were announced in the Australia in Q1 2021, led by Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets (MIRA) $3.35bn acquisition of Vocus Group, according to GlobalDatas deals database. Embed this chart Embed this chart into your website Copy and paste the image source into your website to display the chart.  The post Technology industry M&A deals total $3.72bn in Australia in Q1 2021 appeared first on Verdict .
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