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Scotland 5G Centre makes three new hires to expand deployment across Scotland


The Scotland 5G Centre has made three new appointments to strengthen its team and help accelerate the adoption of 5G through major cities and rural areas.

Lara Moloney, Philip Petersen and Nicola Graham will all now join the S5GConnect team.

Moloney has been appointed as the head of the S5GConnect Programme, the Scottish Government-funded initiative supporting the establishment of a network of regional urban and rural hubs across Scotland.

Her main role is to oversee the growth and development of the hubs and facilitate effective relationships with key partners and stakeholders.

She was previously the interim business engagement manager for S5GConnect Dundee – one of three S5GConnect hubs currently established.

Moloney brings more than 24 years’ experience working in the private sector across media, creative industries and connected places, with a focus on commercialisation.



Petersen joins the S5GConnect team as business engagement manager for Dundee
Philip Petersen joins the S5GConnect team as business engagement manager for Dundee

Petersen joins the S5GConnect team as business engagement manager for Dundee – heading up the Centre’s Dundee innovation hub.

Graham has been appointed as marketing assistant in the marketing team, joining from the marketing and communications team in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Strathclyde.



Nicola Graham has been appointed as marketing assistant with the Scotland 5G team
Nicola Graham has been appointed as marketing assistant with the Scotland 5G team

Moloney said: “It is an exciting time for the industry to understand the benefits of 5G and how it can transform their business to support increased cost savings, efficiencies and to be increasingly competitive in the global market.”

Peterson added: “Dundee is such a vibrant centre for digital innovation in Scotland and beyond, reaching across multiple sectors – I look forward to working with the innovators in the region to bring projects to life that are made possible only through the adoption of 5G.”

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