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Shared Access wins CESINE award for commitment to innovation and connectivity in the office environment

13th February 2024

Shared Access, owner and operator of shared telecommunications infrastructure, received a prestigious award for innovation in the office environment at the CESINE Workplace 2024 Conference held in Madrid last week.

The award recognises Shared Access’ exceptional performance in the field of mobile connectivity, as well as its ongoing commitment to sustainability and innovation, particularly with the base station hotel concept that was developed for The National Gallery in London. 

Sam Jackman, Chief Development Officer, Shared Access:

“It’s a great honour to receive this award from CESINE for our commitment to innovation and office connectivity. We will continue to innovate and collaborate with key industry players to offer the best in-building mobile connectivity.” 

The award was presented by the President of CESINE, Jose María Álvarez, at Workplace 2024, an annual event of analysis and reflection on the office industry, which was held in Madrid last Thursday.

José María Álvarez, President CESINE:

“With this award we recognize Shared Access for its outstanding contribution to innovation in the office environment. Their project at the National Gallery in London achieved efficient and comprehensive connectivity in the office building, which has contributed to achieving maximum occupancy, bringing great benefits to its users and employees and, above all, increasing productivity”.

Founded in 2007, Shared Access is a European leader in the development of mobile connectivity solutions in buildings. As a neutral operator it offers solutions for all buildings including offices, coworking spaces, public buildings, commercial establishments, shopping centres, student residences, museums and hotels, collaborating with owners, developers, managers and other real estate agents to improve mobile connectivity in these spaces.

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