Ian Fishwick

Ian Fishwick

Commercial Director

 

Ian has been a telecommunications MD/ CEO for over 25 years working in areas as diverse as secure battlefield communications and cable television. He has been running companies providing voice telephone service to the public since 1995. “I’ve learned over the years that customers need a small number of things doing very well to keep them satisfied. Fair prices. Reliability. Accurate bills. And the ability to speak to a friendly helpful person who’ll sort out their problem if something goes wrong.”

Acquisition International magazine named Ian as London CEO of the Year 2017 after completing 3 acquisitions in 9 months

Ian was named as European Chief Executive of the Year 2016 by Corporate Vision magazine

Ian was awarded UK Chief Executive of the Year 2016 by TMT (Technology Media Telecoms) magazine.

In November 2016 Ian had the great honour of being appointed to the Cabinet Office SME Panel where he will be representing the Telecoms industry. His aim is to help the Government achieve their target of having 33% of all government spend with small and medium sized enterprises by 2020.

Ian is also Commercial Director of Innopsis. In this role Ian has been elected by his industry peers to lead negotiations with government bodies on issues that affect all of the association’s members. The vast bulk of all spend by the public sector goes to one of Innopsis’ members.

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Posts from Ian

A BIG day for Small Businesses

A BIG day for Small Businesses

10th April 2018 was a big day for small businesses with a string of announcements from the Government aimed at helping SME’s win more business from the Public Sector and making it more difficult for large Business’s to support Government.

CONTRACTS FINDER UPDATE

CONTRACTS FINDER UPDATE

Funding for the next round of developments of the Contracts Finder website was approved in May 2017.

We now have management information that shows a steady rise in usage by both buyers and suppliers over the last year.

POST-BREXIT: What Changes Should We Make to Public Sector Procurement Law?

POST-BREXIT: What Changes Should We Make to Public Sector Procurement Law?

Brexit offers a rare opportunity in public policy – the opportunity to critically review how government works and rethink it. Innopsis’ engagement with the public sector gives its members the ability to help shape the policy and make it easier to do business.

So, if I had a magic wand, what are the top 5 changes that I would make?

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