MWC 2021 DELAYED: Online Telecoms Events For Q4
Whilst you might not be able to shake hands at our usual telecoms networking dates, being close to your customers is vital.
Our beloved telecommunications industry has been an essential cog during the coronavirus pandemic, keeping businesses working and families connected in these strange times. Despite the challenges our telecoms engineers and professionals face, the rollout of next-generation tech has been of the utmost importance; and the virtual telecoms events will bring the industry one step closer to its goals.
Mobile World Congress has been delayed until summer 2021. This huge announcement has made telecoms headline news, which has been hugely disappointing for us all. While it’s the second time in a row that it will not go ahead as planned, MWC plan to bring the Barcelona experience back with a bang next year.
So, what can telecoms professionals sink their teeth into in the meantime?
Here are 3 Virtual Telecoms Events to Keep your Hand on the Pulse
Total Telecom Congress
27th – 28th October
With 200 industry lead speakers from all over the globe, this two-day virtual event will deliver content around the six hot channels within telecoms: 5G, IoT, Customer focus, Network Transformation, Data-Driven Technology & Corporate strategy. TTC says:
“The Total Telecom Congress will deliver thought leadership on how you can reinvent your business, understand the role of AI in future business models, reimagine customer service, deliver on the 5G promise, and redefine company culture.”
RICS Telecoms Forum Conference
17th – 18th November
The RICS Telecoms Forum Conference is giving telecoms professionals the opportunity to experience a fully interactive platform with great content you can watch back later. Expect all of the latest topics debated along with an opportunity to network with like-minded telecoms experts. They say:
“The continued rollout of telecommunications infrastructure is critical for the UK to remain internationally competitive. The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic has only added to this by highlighting the need to modernise the network and support economic growth.
This year’s conference will bring together key players from across the telecoms sector showcasing the interaction between technology, Government policy, mobile operators and landowners, and take a fresh look at the current challenges, opportunities and successes.”
Broadband World Forum
Over three days, the Broadband World Forum will be streaming free keynotes and sharing fibre access content as well as delivering premium broadband discussions as one of the most in-demand services of 2020. They say:
“BBWF in 2020 remains the industry platform to evaluate the technologies and services that optimise the economics and customer experience throughout and in the wake of COVID-19. Broadband World Forum in 2020 will take place on a virtual platform, bringing together 4,800+ telecommunications and enterprise representatives to learn, connect and drive transformation globally.”
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