The Juncker Commission plan for the telecom and digital sector discussed at DRF 2015

The 9th Annual Digital Regulation Forum is the chosen meeting point for over 150 leading stakeholders within the digital community including global regulators, investors and operators to discuss and shape the changing regulatory landscape in light of the new Juncker Commission plans.

In partnership with Broadband4Europe, this year’s conference programme has been fully researched with the help of leading representatives from regulators, OTTs and operators to deliver all the business critical information you need to push your business forward. Panel sessions and interactive round tables feature heavily on the agenda to ensure you can take part in key discussions, including:

The Juncker Commission plan for the telecom and digital sector

With President Juncker putting the digital economy at the top of the new Commission’s political agenda, a strong commitment is required for private and public players to reach the goal of massive fixed and mobile investments. Led by Daniel Thomas, Correspondent from the Financial Times; this panel discussion will focus on:

  • How to break the national silos in telecommunications regulations, in copyright and data protection?
  • Which policies are needed to maximize the use of spectrum?
  • How will the approach of competition law change for the telecom sector?
  • Calendar and main objectives of the announced 2015 Framework
  • Review and what could change for national regulators

Expert panellists include:

Luigi Gambardella, Founder, Broadband4Europe
Luis Enriquez , Senior Partner, McKinsey & Company
Pierre Louette, Deputy Chief Executive, Orange
Matthew Kirk, Group External Affair Director, Vodafone
Roberto Viola, Deputy Director General, DG Connect, European Commission

Download the brochure here: http://digitalregulationforum.com/download-brochure-2015/

Registration is now open – Earlybird ends 27th February!http://digitalregulationforum.com/register/

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By Mollie Lloyd

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