CPR Week addresses ‘big picture’ themes that affect the communications community. It combines the IIC Annual Conference and the International Regulators Forum as well as workshops, networking events and private meetings.
The IIC Annual Conference is a multi-speaker, two-day event, designed to meet the policy and strategic needs of senior executives and public policy-makers in the telecommunication, internet and media spheres. It is the main event within the Communications Policy & Regulation Week.
The IIC International Regulators' Forum (IRF) is the world's only independent international membership body bringing together statutory regulators in the communications and media industries to discuss issues of direct relevance and share experiences and approaches within a unique, but relatively informal, learning environment.
The policymaking world's only continuous programme of its kind, the IIC Telecommunications and Media Forum (TMF) programme serves to enhance the TMT sector's knowledge and understanding of emerging policy and technologies on a fast-track basis. Conducted under the Chatham House Rule, meetings take place three or four times a year and focus on different regions.
The IIC regularly holds local and regional meetings to examine national and international issues that affect regional markets, as well as business opportunities and the future of the communications industry. See the events calendar or the regional pages for updates on what is going on in your area.