Sunday, 25 June 2017

‘Better, Broader, Faster’: Connectivity to maintain Britain’s digital leadership

Connected Britain by Total Telecom
Thursday 09 June 16

Clive Selley, CEO of Openreach will discuss how a mix of technology will help consumers and businesses now and tomorrow as part of his keynote presentation at next weeks Connected Britain conference. He speaks on the morning of day 1 and as part of a powerful plenary session that also includes culture and digital economy minister Ed Vaizey and Nokia CEO UK &…

Clive Selley, CEO of Openreach will discuss how a mix of technology will help consumers and businesses now and tomorrow as part of his keynote presentation at next weeks Connected Britain conference. He speaks on the morning of day 1 and as part of a powerful plenary session that also includes culture and digital economy minister Ed Vaizey and Nokia CEO UK & Ireland, Cormac Whelan.

The second annual Connected Britain conference takes place at the Jumeirah Carlton Hotel, in London, on Wednesday, June 15 and Thursday, June 16. The packed agenda features speakers from leading telecom service providers and alternative network providers, public sector, analysts and other stakeholders.

Other leading names speaking at the event organised by Total Telecom include Paul Buttery, Chief Operating Officer of Virgin Media, Dana Tobak, Managing Director of Hyperoptic, and Bristol Futures, Steve Hilton, as well as representatives of organisations as diverse as GCHQ, Lloyds Bank, Transport for London, and the Tinder Foundation.

More than 300 delegates are expected to attend the two day conference to listen to the experts, take part in discussion tables, and network with peers charged with developing, delivering and utilising better connectivity in the UK.

In addition delegates will have the opportunity to join the parallel NextGen session where they can take part in a workshop style session lead by Ventura Next and featuring real world public sector experience from the likes of London Borough of Ealing, Essex County Council and States of Guernsey?.

Key subjects to be covered include Connectivity and the Economy, Infrastructure Investment, Digital Inclusion, Regulation and Future Cities.

To view the full agenda for Connected Britain and register to attend the event, visit the website.


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