16 November 2023
The Regional Tech Hub, an Australian Government initiative run by the National Farmers Federation, has appointed Peter Buzza as its first local Liaison Officer for Tasmania.
Peter’s focus will be to raise awareness of the FREE and INDEPENDENT services offered by the RTH and establishing meaningful partnerships with local organisations and groups, Peter is available to attend community meetings and events across the state, with the aim of creating awareness of the resources offered by the RTH whilst helping to build connectivity literacy. If you have any upcoming events or meetings that you would like Peter to attend, feel free to call Peter on 0437100453.
What Does the RTH Do?
The RTH provides free, independent advice and support for rural, regional, remote individuals, businesses and communities with internet and voice connectivity options. We also help educate consumers with regards to Connectivity Literacy, Emergency preparedness and the new Federal Government On Farm Connectivity Program.
How We Help.
We are able to supply anyone who lives and/or works in rural regional and remote Australia free and independent advice to identify all telephone and internet options at your specific location that suits your unique needs and budget. We can also assist with things like how to improve your connection, guide you to a better or cheaper service as well as finding out how to boost or get better internet and mobile coverage.
On Farm Connectivity Program
The RTH helps support the Australian Government’s On-Farm Connectivity Program (OFCP). Helping farmers and producers navigate the connectivity investment landscape and make informed decisions for their business. For more information go to www.regionaltechhub.org.au/home/on-farm-connectivity-program/