Bullock is always looking to bring Hotwire to new heights, working closely with developers and government officials to tap into the possibilities of service provision in the telecom industry. He scored a major victory with the successful negotiation and acquisition of an entire municipally-owned fiber optics broadband network in the City of Salisbury, North Carolina. Bullock was also behind the successful relocation of the company’s corporate headquarters from Philadelphia to Fort Lauderdale. He’s dedicated to his role and company at all hours of the day and is always ready to serve his colleagues or his customers. “Our industry thrives on this principle, as a 24/7/365 operation. We are always moving, constantly growing as our business affects the lives of every customer we service. When there’s a problem, you answer the call,” he says.
What attracted you to this industry?
Global connectivity and in-home entertainment have become the central focus of every American household. News from around the world can travel into our homes in an instant, and the internet brings an entirely new realm of possibilities we couldn’t have even dreamed of 10 to 15 years ago. When I saw what these two mediums could do to define a generation, I knew I had to become a part of them. Being a part of a company that lets me bring these tools to as many people as possible is what motivates me every day.
Best piece of professional advice you’ve received?
Truly successful people know that there’s no such thing as 9 to 5. Every day, every moment is another opportunity to learn, work, and grow as an individual. Whether it’s learning about emerging technology or discovering the latest social trends and how we can incorporate them into our business. Our industry also thrives on this principle, as a 24/7/365 operation. We are always moving, constantly growing as our business affects the lives of every customer we service. When there’s a problem, you answer the call.
What is your favorite app these days?
Time is such a precious commodity. Anything that can take a load off my plate, and be one less thing I have to check off my list is a gift from above. Personally, my favorite app for that is Instacart. Whenever I have a spare moment, or I remember that I needed to grab something on the way home from work, I can easily hop onto the app and in minutes I know that whatever I might need will be waiting for me at home. No fuss, no hassle.