Connected Britain 2018

19 June 2018 to 20 June 2018
London, UK

Connected Britain is UK’s number one broadband event, taking place 19 – 20 June in London.

Join 800 attendees from telco’s, local and national government, enterprises, superfast bodies, property developers, investors and infrastructure owners. It’s truly an unmissable event as everyone who’s invested in the digital future will be there.

Keynote speakers include:

  • Margot James MP, Minister for Digital, Department for Culture, Media & Sport
  • Tristia Harrison, CEO, TalkTalk
  • Dave Dyson, CEO, Three
  • Marc Allera, CEO, EE
  • Derek McManus, Chief Operating Officer, O2
  • Sharon White, Chief Executive Officer, Ofcom
  • Philip Graham, Chief Executive, National Infrastructure Commission
  • Rob Evans, MD Project Lightning, Virgin Media
  • Greg Mesh, Chief Executive Officer, CityFibre
  • Kim Mears, Managing Director Infrastructure Delivery, Openreach
  • Dana Tobak, CEO, Hyperoptic
  • Raj Kalia, CEO BDUK, Department for Culture, Media & Sport

On the agenda are subjects like: workplace transformation, tech hub, smart city infrastructure, rural access, 5G, the IoT, SDN and NFV, digital healthcare and education, FTTH, intelligent transport systems, digital inclusion and more. With 5 streams and 150+ industry leading speakers – there is something for everyone.

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Analysis and opinion
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