Tuesday 25 January 2022
At this event, panelists composed of leading regulators and company representatives will discuss the European approach to AI, its impact on companies and strategies for regulatory compliance.
Tuesday 8 - Thursday 10 February 2022
The IIC’s well respected annual Asia Telecom & Media Forum returns, online.
Wednesday 30 and Thursday 31 March 2022
The IIC are delighted to be back in Brussels with the Institute for Postal Services and Telecommunications (BIPT) in 2022.
Tuesday 16 and Wednesday 17 May 2022
The Canadian Chapter of the International Institute of Communications is delighted to announce that it will host its two-day annual conference at the National Arts Centre in Ottawa on 16-17 May 2022.
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