Communication Rights in the Digital Spectrum
ECTA Regulatory Conference 2012
Broadband Europe – fast or slow lane?
As the European Commission considers new rules aimed at enhancing the broadband investment environment, the European Competitive Telecommunications Association’s annual conference will explore how different regulatory approaches and business models have shaped the European telecommunications market, and what steps are needed to deliver advanced communications infrastructure and competitive services across the single market to consumers and businesses. In a series of keynote speeches, workshops and panels, high-level policy makers and industry leaders will debate key policy questions.
Opening Keynote Address, 27 November 2012
Vice President Neelie Kroes, European Commissioner for the Digital Agenda
SPEAKERS AND MODERATORS INCLUDE:
Gunnar Hökmark MEP, Vice-Chair, Group of the European People's Party, European Parliament
Dr. Leonidas Kanellos, BEREC 2013 Chair elect and Hellenic Telecommunications & Post Commission EETT
Dr. Georg Serentschy, BEREC 2012 Chair and CEO of RTR-GmbH
Maxime Lombardini, CEO, Iliad Group
Miroslaw Godlewski, CEO, Netia SA
Jorgen Bang-Jensen, CEO, PLAY
Murat Erkan, CEO, Superonline
Kevin O'Brien, Commissioner, COMREG
Luc Hindryckx, President, BIPT
Harald Gruber, Head of ICT Division, European Investment Bank
Karin Ahl, President, FTTH Council Europe
Bas Burger, President of Global Commerce, BT Global Services
Fabio Colasanti, President, International Institute of Communications
- CEO Panel - Business models and future challenges
- High speed broadband: targets, cost reductions, investment, regulation and pricing
- Business service communications - creating conditions for greater productivity
- Market evolutions: do we need a new dynamic? Commission Recommendation on relevant markets
- Spectrum for mobile in the future (sharing and 2nd digital dividend)
- Roaming III - implementing the structural solution
- Cost methodologies in the EU
- Implementing the non-discrimination principle - How to get it right?
- Taxpayers financing broadband (State aid - CEF)
- Applications and networks: interactions along the value chain? Developments on net neutrality
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