Connected Britain will take place on 21-22 September at the Business Design Centre in London, UK. Attendees of the event can find out more about how the changes driven by broadband technologies such as fibre and 5G can affect their businesses.
Event participants can also learn more about the wider implications of the government’s UK Digital Strategy for the telecoms industry and beyond, and how the country can address challenges to become “a leading player in the digital revolution”, said a spokesperson for the event.
“High-capacity digital infrastructure is reshaping the UK,” said the spokesperson. “Across industries, across the economy, across society, everything is changing as technology plays an increasingly critical role. Underpinning all this change is a new, faster connectivity powered by broadband technologies including fibre and 5G. Attend Connected Britain to understand what all this change means for your organisation.”
Over the past seven years, the event has become a leading conference in technology, regulation and investment environment for the next generation of broadband. At the 2021 iteration, attendees can hear from a number of expert speakers, including Matt Warman MP, minister for digital; Jo Bertam, business managing director at O2; Rob Shuter, CEO of BT Enterprise; Jeanie York, chief information and technology officer at Virgin Media; Mark Stansfield, chair of West Midlands 5G.
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