Tag Archives: Australia

BAI Communications appoints Steve Webber as Chief Financial Officer

Brings over 25 years of international telecommunications and technology expertise BAI Communications has announced the appointment of Steve Webber to the position of Chief Financial Officer. Steve joins the BAI Executive Leadership Team, reporting directly to Chief Executive Officer, Peter Lambourne. “I am delighted to welcome Steve to BAI, his knowledge of the industry, combined […]

ACMA market study: private wireless networks using 4G or 5G

Meet the people driving BAI’s growth and strategy for our telecommunications business. Our team shares what they envision for the future and how growth will be achieved in this blog series. Nick Gurney, Telecommunications Director started with BAI in January 2022, he is responsible for planning and executing the growth strategy for the telecommunications team. Nick […]

Meet BAI CEO Peter Lambourne at the Australian Financial Review Infrastructure Summit 2023

Australian infrastructure is at a tipping point. Policymakers are rethinking how and where they spend money, Infrastructure Australia is being overhauled, tolling systems are being reviewed, and new bodies like the High Speed Rail Authority and National Construction Industry Forum are being created to plan for the future. This shake-up has created new challenges and […]

Growth. Ingenuity. Experience – Meet Nick Gurney

Meet the people driving BAI’s growth and strategy for our telecommunications business. Our team shares what they envision for the future and how growth will be achieved in this blog series. Nick Gurney, Telecommunications Director started with BAI in January 2022, he is responsible for planning and executing the growth strategy for the telecommunications team. Nick […]

Keeping critical networks connected through fire, floods and windstorms

The 2019–20 Australian bushfire season, known as the ‘Black Summer’ for its duration and ferocity, was one of the worst natural disasters this country has ever seen. Subsequently, the record-breaking rainfall and flooding that followed impacted many regions of Australia with terrible consequences for communities, families, and public safety agencies alike. Underpinning our response to […]

Growth. Ingenuity. Experience – Meet Suji Leroux

Meet the people driving BAI’s growth and strategy for our telecommunications business. In this blog series, hear from our team as they share what they envision for the future and how growth will be achieved. Suji Leroux, joined BAI in March 2022 as part of the telecommunications team led by Telecommunications Director Nick Gurney. In […]

Growth. Ingenuity. Experience – Meet Adrian Ha

Meet the people driving BAI’s growth and strategy for our telecommunications business. In this blog series, hear from our team as they share what they envision for the future and how growth will be achieved. Adrian Ha, Business Development Manager – Wireless Solutions, joined the BAI Communications telecommunications team in 2022. He enjoys being part […]

Growth. Ingenuity. Experience – Meet Curtis Rondeau

Meet the people driving BAI Communications’ growth and strategy for our telecommunications business. In this blog series, hear from our team as they share what they envision for the future and how growth will be achieved. Curtis Rondeau, General Manager, Product and Solutions at BAI, was born and raised in Canada. At 20 years old, […]

Growth. Ingenuity. Experience – Meet Rachael Williams

Meet the people driving BAI ’s growth and strategy for our telecommunications business. In this blog series, hear from our team as they share what they envision for the future and how growth will be achieved. Rachael Williams, Head of Business Development at BAI Communications, started with the company in 2012 straight from university, having […]

Powering and advancing Australia’s connectivity landscape

In a step towards advancing Australia’s connectivity landscape, the 2023 Federal Budget saw funding from the Federal Government for initiatives such as the Mobile Black Spot Program. It acknowledges that there are still many underserved communities, particularly in regional and rural Australia, which require additional efforts to bridge the digital divide. Even in densely populated […]