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26th - 27th May 2021

IIC/BEREC Telecommunications & Media Forum 2021

Telecommunications & Media Forum (TMF), Virtual Event

Strengthening Europe’s digital communications capability, resilience and inclusivity

Following the success of the joint conference held in Riga in 2019 celebrating the IIC’s 50th anniversary and BEREC’s 10th anniversary, the two organisations agreed to continue collaborating biennially. We are therefore delighted to be arranging this joint event as an online conference this year.

This independent forum will bring together statutory national regulators and industry in a collegiate, neutral setting to debate policy issues. Senor level stakeholders from the telecommunications, media and technology sectors will be participating once again.

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has underpinned TMTs role in societal resilience, digital transformation and the revitalising of economies, but it is also a stark reminder of the necessity for digital connectivity for all. Identifying the steps needed to strengthen Europe’s digital capabilities, increase the resilience of the electronic communications market and close the digital divide will provide the backdrop for this year’s conversations.

Event details
Date:
26th - 27th May 2021
Location:
Online
Region:
Europe

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