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Total Telecom Congress

31/10/2017 08:00 - 01/11/2017 17:00
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Hilton London Canary Wharf, London, United Kingdom
VenueHilton Canary Wharf
RegionGlobal

On the 4-5 October 2016 the first Total Telecom Congress took place at the London Hilton Canary Wharf in London. It heralded the launch of a new type of conference, one that thought like a telco, with an agenda designed to focus on how the industry thinks about new business models, strategic opportunities and how innovations in technology are enabling a new more customer centric approach to emerge.

The Congress brought together 317 attendees from around the world and showcased the thinking of 97 outstanding speakers from telecom operators, OTT’s and content companies, as well as professional advisors, vendors and more.

Two days of lively networking included the drinks reception on day one, speed networking and busy refreshment breaks in the sponsor exhibit area, and saw great engagement in person further enhanced by the activities of our onsite VIP meet manager.

The Total Telecom Congress continued its exposure on social media and through editorial comment and video, ensuring a presence outside of the conference days.

Returning for the second time, taking place 31 October – 1 November, the Congress brings together 400+ senior decision makers to discuss strategy and opportunities in this dynamic industry. The agenda's  focus is on how the industry thinks about new business models, strategic opportunities and how innovations in technology are enabling a new more customer centric approach to emerge.

TOPICS ON THE AGENDA INCLUDE
Embracing and adapting to the digital future
Evolving your business with strategic M&A
Making 5G a reality
Capturing value in the cloud space
The opportunities that the IoT is bringing to the industry
Learning from lean operating styles
Developing services for a more demanding customer base
Leveraging big data

 

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