ITU Telecom World 2014 Speaker Nominations open!

ITU Telecom World 2014 Speaker Nominations open!

Deadline: March 17, 2014

Speaker nominations are now open for ITU Telecom World 2014.  ITU is now inviting nominations for the most respected, radical and insightful speakers to join the one conversation that matters in Doha this December. If you think you or a pioneering expert that you know could contribute influential and transformational ideas, please nominate.

Radical change continues to transform the entire ICT industry, ecosystem and our world. ITU Telecom World 2014 taking place in Doha, from 7 to 10 December, is a unique opportunity to confront the new realities of the industry and explore how future scenarios could impact our businesses and lives.

Speaking at ITU Telecom World 2014 provides a unique opportunity to share your views on the new realities of the ICT industry – and to form essential connections, impact policy making, shape visions and business decisions, and help address critical societal challenges. The event is focused on knowledge-sharing and networking, so speakers are encouraged to attend a range of interactive panel sessions.

Eligibility

ITU is looking for influential, inspirational and insightful experts to contribute to the conversation in Doha this December.

  • Nominations are invited from individuals with expertise in policy, business or technology to provide insights into the future of the ICT sector.
  • Prospective speakers should be senior-level representatives from governments, regulatory bodies and industry, thought leaders, innovators, or entrepreneurs from across the ICT ecosystem willing to contribute to panel discussions and engage in debates with our global, influential and diverse audience.

Application

Details of the nominated speaker(s) should be sent in the form of a brief biography (approximately 200 words), and an indication of the areas in which they could contribute their expertise in an interactive panel session. Please submit your nominations by email to: [email protected]

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