Tim Ringsdore has over 15 years extensive experience as a Managing Director within the telecoms industry, working at Board level across the Channel Islands, London and the Caribbean. This included working with various regulatory bodies and building strong relationships which resulted in positive outcomes for all parties. Mr Ringsdore has a passion for delivering high standards of customer experience alongside key strategic objectives.
Mr Ringsdore was Managing Director of Jersey Telecom and was pivotal in setting up Wave Telecom in Guernsey in 2002. He had responsibility for consumers and corporate clients across both Islands. Mr Ringsdore was also instrumental in developing JT’s global business with the acquisition of Worldstone in 2012.
Mr Ringsdore has moved back to the Channel Islands to join JCRA after leading Cable & Wireless as Managing Director based in the British Virgin Islands. He had jurisdictional and overall financial responsibility for the Cable & Wireless business in the BVI and was responsible for developing relationships with government, the industry regulator and corporate clients. During this time, he successfully restructured and rebranded the business to help improve credibility and the customer experience.
Working for JCRA, Mr Ringsdore will focus on delivering strong results which will support the economic strategic objectives for the governments in both Islands. He will help ensure that Channel Islanders receive the best value, choice and access to high quality services in addition to promoting competition and consumers’ interests.
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