Thursday, 3 November 2011

Thought leaders you can't afford to miss



Next weeks Total Telecom World will bring together senior executives from more than 90 organisations spanning the global telecoms industry, from AT&T to ZTE. Here's why you should grab a last minute opportunity to attend!

Royal Horseguards
The delegates will gather at the prestigous Royal Horseguards (One Whitehall Place) to debate the future of the  teleocms industry, explore how business models are changing, examine the impact of new competitiors and challenges, and learn more about emerging partnerships and solutions.

A fantastic line up of keynotes, presenters and panellists has come together, with the highlights including:

Nigel Stagg, CEO - BT Wholesale - the new CEO of BT Wholesale, in his first conference presentation since taking over from Sally Davis, talks about moving away from selling capacity.

Diarmid Massey, MD, Global Wholesale & Carrier - Cable&Wireless Worldwide told his peers
partner up or lose out when talking to Total Telecom - we'll see if his views have changed

Gerd Leonhard, CEO - The Futures Agency was called by the WSJ  ‘one of the leading Media Futurists in the World' - anyone who has seen him speak knows his presentation will be insightful and compelling





Ed Richards, CEO – Ofcom explains Ofcom's long-term vision for competition and investment

Marc Halbfinger has been CEO of PCCW Global since 2007 and has fantastic experience across the telecom industry. He joins other industry leaders from BT Wholesale, Orange Business Services and Virtela for a panel discussion examining how operators can profit from the cloud.

Erik Hallberg, President - TeliaSonera International Carrier provides the first keynote on Day 1. As the winners of the Best Customer Care award at the 2010 World Communication Awards, TSIC really understand what makes for happy customers.

Tom Homer became CEO of Telstra International earlier this year. He is responsible for delivering Telstra International EMEA’s growth strategy throughout the region.

It's now just a couple of working days away, so if you are still to book your place, the time for delay is over!

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