EVENT

Subsea Connect Americas 2017

05 December 2017 to 06 December 2017
Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Join the newly launched Subsea Connect Americas 2017, taking place on 5 & 6 December 2017 in Fort Lauderdale.

Subsea Connect 2017 will combine strategic and technical insights, as well as address all stages of submarine cables, from financing and planning, to upgrading, as well as voice and data.

In addition to the fantastic agenda sessions featuring 40+ senior-level experts, the event will include multiple formal networking opportunities including exhibition stands and meeting rooms, as well as informal social events including drinks receptions, breakfasts, lunches and dinners.

Furthermore, in addition to 250+ attendees from over 85 companies, the event will be joined by an industry-leading line-up of speakers, including speakers from Angola Cables, NJFX, Seaborn Networks and more.

There will also be a busy exhibition and meeting room area showcasing the latest products and services in the industry, as well as a Knowledge Zone giving attendees the opportunity to read up on the latest research impacting the industry.

For details, visit www.capacityconferences.com/Subsea-Americas

You are also entitled to an exclusive 15% discount off the full price when registering 1 or 2 passes. Please register online and enter the code: SCA2017-FIBRESYSTEMS-15

(If you have any questions about the event, please email conferences@capacitymedia.com)

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