Dave Breith, CEO of O-bit Telecom, became the most recent business professional to join the Buckinghamshire Ambassadors network. The group of over 100 Ambassadors is responsible for championing the County when travelling the UK and further afield, due to their accomplishments and status within the region.
Breith stood alongside Formula One driver Mark Webber and fellow entrepreneur Stephen Hayes who owns Wasps RFC and Wycombe Wanderers FC, at the ceremony at The Stage in Mentmore. They were presented with the honour by Cllr David Polhill, the new President of the Buckinghamshire Ambassadors and the BELP Chairman, Alex Pratt.
Pratt said of the trio, “Success attracts success, and having Mark, Stephen and Dave join as Ambassadors will further support our aims to attract new business and jobs to Buckinghamshire.”
Breith was equally positive about the responsibility he was undertaking, “Buckinghamshire is my home county, where I have had the fortune to live for most of my life. I am extremely honoured and humbled to represent it as I believe it to be one of the most beautiful and flourishing Counties in the UK.”
All the Buckinghamshire Ambassadors are entrepreneurs and community leaders, who support and promote the County locally, nationally and internationally. O-bit Telecom is a highly successful telecoms company based in Loudwater that have achieved rankings in the Deloitte UK Top 50 and Top 500 EMEA. Breith is therefore recognised as the perfect candidate to represent Buckinghamshire to the extent that the Ambassador’s network requires him to.