Capacity Conferences

Balkans 2016


Bucharest, Bucharest

Thank you to everyone who attended the 10th anniversary of Capacity Balkans 2015. The event brought together 261 attendees from the entire Balkans telecoms wholesale industry, providing a platform for international carriers, service providers, cable companies and investors to learn, network and do business. 

With 100 companies in attendance, the event offered two days of premium networking opportunities, with over 15 hours of scheduled meetings taking place, hosted breakfast and lunch functions and an exclusive evening party.

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Register your interest to stay up to date with Capacity Balkans 2016 developments! You will receive updates about the 2016 event dates, agenda, companies attending and booking discounts.

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Capacity Balkans 2015 Highlights: 

LARGER & INTEGRATED EXHIBITION: As we almost doubled the size of the exhibition room, this year’s event featured a number of integrated zones, such as the innovation & start-up showcase zone, a game room, an outdoor terrace and larger meeting hubs.

INNOVATION SHOWCASE: Integrated in the main exhibition room, the innovation showcase featured live demos from content players and start-up companies showcasing the newest and most creative services available, giving you food for thought and hopefully inspired you to take home a few new ideas!

LARGER MEETING HUBS: To enable more meeting spaces, this year's conference featured more meeting tables and meeting rooms than ever before.

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Get involved!

Sales - sponsorship, exhibition, meeting rooms and meeting tables:

Chris Woodward, Account Manager
Tel: + 44 (0) 20 7779 7276

Details about participating in the integrated zones:

Vanessa Barbe, Head of Production
Tel: + 44 (0) 20 7779 7275



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