Today’s major Ofcom study on the UK’s communications networks shows the number of people unable to get a decent broadband has gone down in the UK. Read our plans to do more for rural areas: https://t.co/zaDnEI0d0T

Jeremy Chelot

Community Fibre

Internet entrepreneur and computer scientist, Jeremy Chelot is the CEO of a Fibre-to-the-Home (FTTH) Internet Service Provider in London called Community Fibre. Born in 1983 in Paris, when the Internet was just 2 years old, Jeremy’s interest for computers and the Internet developed at the age of 7 when he became fascinated by how they were changing the way we learn, play, and live. After graduating from 2 Universities (2008/2009) with an Msc in Computer Science and an MSc in Telecommunications, Jeremy worked with the UK’s largest Internet Service Providers (Vodafone, O2, BT, 3 and EE). In 2013, having gained more than 10 years of experience in computing and networking, Jeremy left 3, where he had been managing the Internet and Core infrastructure, to start a Technology Consulting company. After a successful launch working with EE, Cisco, and Thomson Reuters, he met the chairman and founder of Community Fibre and became its CEO in 2015. Since then, Jeremy has been leading Community Fibre with a clear vision: "Becoming the number 1 FTTH Internet Provider in London by 2021". Since he joined, the company has been growing rapidly. Having secured several multi-million-pound investments and now covering 10,000 Homes with an FTTH infrastructure, Community Fibre is on track to achieve its vision.

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