Graham Bradley, Chair of the Board of Directors, is pleased to announce that Waveconn has appointed Grant Stevenson as its new CEO effective 1 February 2024, succeeding Simon Fennessy who is resigning.
“Waveconn is entering a pivotal phase, and with Grant at the helm, we are confident in our continued growth and innovation. Grant’s deep understanding of our business, coupled with his extensive telecommunications experience, makes him uniquely qualified to lead our company forward.”
Grant has deep expertise from his prior roles as CFO of Stilmark and subsequently Waveconn, as well as executive positions with CK Hutchison’s Three Group across various regions, including Australia, Scandinavia, and the UK.
“I am excited to lead Waveconn into its next chapter. Our immediate focus will be on continuing to serve the evolving telecommunications needs of our customers with excellence. I am very pleased to be leading the Waveconn team as we continue to deliver high-quality, innovative infrastructure solutions for our customers. This approach will be central to driving our growth and maintaining our strong industry position.”
Simon’s tenure as CEO of Waveconn was marked by significant milestones. Since joining the company in 2022, he has overseen the transition of assets from TPG Telecom and contributed to enhancements in business operations and risk management practices. The most recent strategic plan has laid a solid foundation for future growth. The Board thanks Simon for his service and wishes him success in his next chapter.
“It has been an honour to work with the talented team at Waveconn. Together, we have introduced innovative solutions to the industry. I am confident that under Grant’s leadership, Waveconn will continue to thrive, and I look forward to seeing the company’s future accomplishments.”
Established in 2022, Waveconn is a specialist in developing and investing in telecommunications infrastructure in Australia. Formed through OMERS’ acquisition of the TPG/Vodafone tower and rooftop portfolio and Stilmark, Waveconn now owns ~1,400 sites with hundreds more under development. Our commitment to deep client partnerships and a passion for growth have established us as Australia’s leading independent digital infrastructure business.