NZ Fibre Group asked Voco to help it develop a cohesive Group capable of challenging the market incumbent for the right to partner Government on the deployment of ultra-fast broadband.

The NZRFG was a coalition of power companies, electricity lines companies and fibre network operators formed to participate in the government's $1.5 billion ultra-fast broadband (UFB) initiative.


Voco’s role involved coalescing 19 companies with diverse strategies and commercial markets into an entity with an agreed strategic direction and the leadership and formal governance required to be considered a credible alternative to Telecom.



  • Assisted with the development of the strategic plan.
  • Provided a full time CEO by seconding a Voco Principal into the role.
  • Provided ongoing strategic and commercial advice that included participating in the
    development of a pan-industry ServCo business model.
  • Assisted several of the individual Group companies with technical architecture, design, commercial and project management services and advice.


Three NZFG members secured the rights to implement fibre structure to 30% of the country. All three have achieved their roll-out programmes on schedule.


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“Voco has been a trusted part of our team for several years, working closely with us in highly visible complex contact centre and voice projects. They have provided innovative thinking and been a safe pair of hands for complex and demanding delivery projects.”


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"Voco brought capability, experience and nous to this complex and wide-ranging programme of work and were a material contributor to its success."

Ken Tunnicliffe

Enterprise Director, Vodafone

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