Vaioni Aims For Headcount Growth

Jan 24, 2020 | News

Vaioni today announces a recruitment drive to increase our headcount by 25%.

This recruitment drive comes on the heels of the £5.5m fundraise with Panoramic Growth Equity and aims to support the impressive and ambitious growth plans that will see Vaioni become one of the most innovative independent Network Operators in the UK.

The new roles, based at our MediaCityUK HQ, will sit in Product Management, Software Development, Sales, Service Delivery, Engineering and Technical Support.

“This recruitment plan is core to our growth strategy and, alongside our investments in our National Ethernet Network (V.E.N.), Software Defined Networking and customer-led product development. Our people strategy not only targets headcount growth, but also ensures that we’re investing in our people, thus driving a high-performance culture through employing and training the very best people, who already live by our values and understand that people make a business successful. We are passionate about having only the best people be part of our team to ensure that we continue to be different, disruptive and innovative, and offer an extraordinary customer experience.” said Sachin Vaish, Managing Director.

Vaioni’s People Strategy has also triggered an ongoing employee engagement programme which aims to capture actionable insights to ensure that the business continues to provide a culture and environment that make it an employer of choice.

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