Whizzy Internet at home in Gorey
Broadband company Whizzy Internet has opened its new headquarters at Gorey Business Park.
The new offices were officially opened by Gorey professional heavyweight Niall Basil Kennedy and Amy O'Sullivan, daughter of the owner.
Set up by James O'Sullivan and Janis Dravnieks in 2014, Whizzy Internet provides broadband to rural areas, and has been growing steadily since its establishment.
It now employs seven full time staff in the North Wexford area and James explained that it has been all about growth, particularly when it comes to coverage and customers.
'This innovative company has grown steadily and coverage extends to more than 19,000 properties locally. Connectivity is often cited as a crucial element in rural development and Whizzy Internet strives to connect homes and businesses in hard to reach areas, benefiting the communities it serves.'
The vision of Whizzy Internet is to be the go to provider for broadband in North Wexford.
'Our brilliant team here works hard at giving our customers the best possible service to make this happen. We want to make sure that people have an alternative to choose from the faceless corporations,' said James.
Further growth is expected with the introduction of next generation wireless broadband equipment and the soon to be launched Siro, which is fibre broadband run on the ESB network.
At the opening Minister Michael D'Arcy, said: 'It is wonderful to see this young company making confident strides in their business whilst delivering such an important service to the people.'
For more information call James O'Sullivan on 053 9410000 or Paula Ronan on 086 1294859 or drop in to the offices at Unit 26 Gorey Business park, Ramstown, Gorey.