Upcoming events

  • 02

    Delivering Consumer Value in Digital Times

    Launch of Assembly study for ETNO – Lunch Debate

    What: Leading analyst firm Assembly Research will unveil their new study for ETNO “Delivering Consumer Value in Digital Times”. The study provides a review of evolving landscapes in European Telecommunications Services, and what this means for their users. Among others, it tries to unveil the untold stories on how the value of telecoms services is evolving in digital times. We will discuss crucial issues such as choice, diversity, transparency, trust and innovation in delivering telecommunication services.

    Who: Join leading experts from Assembly Research and representatives from EU institutions, user groups and telecom companies.

    Where: Sofitel Europe, Place Jourdan, Brussels

    When: 12-14hrs, October 2nd, 2019


    • Stefan Lechler, Deputy Head of Unit, Directorate B, DG Connect
    • Carina Törnblom, Directorate Advisor, DG Justice and Consumers
    • Malte Firlus, Senior Manager EU Affairs, Deutsche Telekom and Chairman of Digital Economy and Consumers Working Group, ETNO
    • Lise Fuhr, Director General, ETNO

    Moderated by Paolo Grassia, Director of Public Policy, ETNO

    More speakers to be announced soon

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  • 29

    Capacity Europe 2019

    For the second year in a row, we are partnering with Capacity Media for their flagship event, Capacity Europe, which will take place between 29-31 October 2019, in London, at the InterContinental London - The O2.

    Europe’s largest telecommunications trading event, conference and awards will bring together 2,500+ Senior-Level attendees, representing 650+ companies and 90+ countries. At least 9 members and observers of ETNO will be present at the 2019 event.

    For the latest details on agenda, 60+ industry-leading speakers and registration, please follow this link.

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  • 02

    FT-ETNO Summit 2019

    Pioneering and Protecting: Looking Ahead to a New Decade

    Brussels | 02 December 2019

    Our tenth annual summit takes place amid fresh European leadership, including a new Parliament and Commission, and the prospect of continued political uncertainty at home and beyond.

    Against this backdrop, we will examine new political and societal sentiments towards technology, as well as the key themes of trust, responsibility and sustainable development. We will also debate whether political and business leaders should collaborate to update industrial and competition policy in an ever more connected world.

    Updated information on speakers and agenda available at this link

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