Total Telecom Congress – now established as the UK’s premier telecoms conference – will feature over 1,000 attendees, 200 speakers, over 100 sponsors and partners and eight streams of content as well as hosting a show floor which is sold out with exhibitors, including 40 start…
Total Telecom Congress – now established as the UK’s premier telecoms conference – will feature over 1,000 attendees, 200 speakers, over 100 sponsors and partners and eight streams of content as well as hosting a show floor which is sold out with exhibitors, including 40 start-ups – a special feature for 2019.
Taking place at London’s Business Design Centre from October 29-30, the Congress will conclude with the 21st World Communication Awards (WCA), where more than 70 individual companies from across the world have been shortlisted. Overall the Awards offer 25 categories, including the first ever award for Culture Change in telecoms. The WCA recognise companies and individuals responsible for innovations and achievements and this year there are 17 nominations for three personal categories; CEO of the Year, CTO of the Year and Woman in Telecoms.
“We are tremendously excited by the response from the industry and looking forward to paving the way for 2020 with an engaging two days of debate, followed by the acknowledgment of outstanding achievement in terms of the World Communication Awards,” said Total Telecom Managing Director Rob Chambers.
“At Total Telecom we have always tried to place ourselves, and what we do, as being pivotal to the way the industry is shaping and moving. The Congress gives everyone involved an important voice as we all work towards an exciting and unparalleled new era of how we all communicate in both our homes and our professional lives,” he added.
Key issues for debate in the conference will include network transformation, data driven technologies, 5G, customer corporate strategy, IoT, new commercial models and content.
Main speakers include outstanding CTIO’s such as Howard Watson, BT, Frederic Vanoosthuyze, Megafon, Enrique Blanco, Telefonica and Swisscom AG CTO and CIO, Christoph Aeschlimann. Also in attendance are several CEO’s including Alexandre Fonseca, CEO, Altice Portugal, Jean-Yves Charlier, CEO, Digicel, Veli-Matti Mattlia, CEO, Elisa.
For more information, including the full agenda, click here
And for more information on the World Communication Awards, click here
View more of the latest press releases from across the industry or post your company's news.