Future Leaders' Network
- The Future Leaders' Network (FLN) is for younger professionals to build a network and learn from international peers.
Whilst the majority of our members come from the boardrooms of national regulatory authorities, senior strategic teams from industry and practice leaders in law firms, it is widely agreed that some of the most innovative and exciting ideas come from emerging markets and moreover, emerging individuals. The Future Leaders' Network gives up-and-coming commissioners, and rising stars in legal, policy and international relations teams, a forum in which they:
- Build strategic and influential international relationships with senior colleagues
- Present their own work and ideas and raise their industry profile
- Explore far-reaching implications of new technology on society and the global economy
- Keep up to date with new legislation, precedents and case studies
- Take part in discussion forums, training courses and events
benefits for future leaders
Members of the Future Leaders Network will receive online access to Intermedia, our quarterly journal, the world’s most influential telecoms and media policy, regulatory affairs and compliance journal.
Members will also receive free access to our Annual Review, looking at the discussions which took place in 2018, and the likely debates taking place in the immediate future.
FLN members will be able to attend any IIC Chapter event throughout the year at no cost. These are run by professionals working in the TMT sector who work with the IIC on a voluntary basis to share knowledge, facilitate relationships and create long term bonds between regulatory authorities and the businesses they regulate. Further details can be found here.
In addition, FLN members will be able to attend IIC TMF events at a highly discounted rate.
We will introduce you to your peers via an online discussion platform, you will be able to discuss pertinent issues, contact peers on an individual basis, upload and share documents or links (all subject to the permission of the individual).
In-house training courses for members can be arranged.
We are currently looking at introducing a mentorship scheme, to allow FLN members one to one interaction with our senior members.
- Membership is free for Future Leaders from existing member organisations
- Fee £500 per year for individuals from non-member organisations
- Future Leaders must be under 35 years of age
“The IIC Future Leaders' Competition was a fantastic opportunity to develop my own thinking on a hot topic, it was great to have the freedom to think outside the box. I was so surprised when I won the Competition – and was immediately asked which flights I wanted to Mexico! The Future Leaders' Competition is a unique opportunity to: get published; speak at a major conference; and network with so many global industry and regulatory leaders. I think next time half the office will be entering.”
Tim Hogg, FLN Competition Winner 2018
Competition subject for 2019: Global Realities, National Choices: Communications Policy making a cross-sectoral, cross-jurisdictional world?
We are delighted to announce that following the success of our first Future Leaders' Competition, we are inviting applicants for this year’s competition. The competition will open for submissions on 7 May 2019. Further details can be found here.
The IIC is looking for the people who will shape the future policy agenda for the telecoms, technology and media sectors and be tomorrow’s influencers.
Our winner from 2018 was Tim Hogg, who submitted his entry on last year’s subject What are your views on the Sociology of Technology? As part of his prize the IIC invited Tim to present his paper at the Annual Conference in Mexico. Here he is being interviewed by Chair of the Judging Panel, Dr Derek Wilding. You can watch the video of his presentation here.
THE GUIDING PRINCIPLES OF THE IIC
Regulation and regulators are at the heart of the IIC. Discussions among and with them inform the future policy agenda
We provide a neutral space for collegiate debate of complex and controversial topics at the highest level
We take no official policy position, but the solid and meaningful outputs of our discussions are shared with members and form the bedrock of future decision making
We are committed to global and local inclusivity and seek membership from a diverse audience across the converged TMT sector