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DAY TWO: Thursday 16 June 2016


9.00am NETWORKING BREAKFAST


10.30am
ANALYST BREAKFAST: THE NEXT STEPS FOR THE WHOLESALE TELECOMMUNICATIONS MARKET IN CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE - WHERE DO OPPORTUNITIES LIE?

With the industry constantly changing and new developments consistently coming in, don't miss the opportunity to hear from an industry expert on the new developments and technologies that will determine the future of telecommunications in Central and Eastern Europe and how they will directly influence your business.

Jakub WeberSenior Director, DELOITTE POLAND



11.00am
PRESENTATION:THE ROLE OF THE MVNO IN THE CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPEAN TELECOMMUNICATIONS MARKET

Hear exclusively from the Director of Sales and Logistics of Poland’s leading MVNO, as he highlights the changes and developments taking place in the Polish market and what opportunities are available for smaller service providers?

Grzegorz Mierzwinski
, Director of Sales and Logistics, VIRGIN MOBILE POLSKA



11.30am MORNING COFFEE AND NETWORKING BREAK



12.10pm
PANEL DISCUSSION: INFRASTRUCTURAL DEVELOPMENTS-EAST TO WEST: CREATING THE FRAMEWORK FOR A MORE CONNECTED REGION

With an increase in the demand for capacity throughout Central and Eastern Europe moving onto Asia, carriers are looking at how to make the most of the infrastructure available whilst investing in new projects such as fibre optic developments connecting unconnected regions as well as across borders. What are the biggest developments being carried out and how are government incentives ensuring that the demand for infrastructure is met?


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As currency throughout CEE continues to be devalued and there is no real change expected for the foreseeable future, how are telecom service providers tackling this problem?

- Has there been a shift towards carriers building more consortiums over individual projects? Is this being encouraged by the government?

- What are regulators doing to ensure that there continues to be a development of new infrastructure projects?

- Has the infrastructure deployed met the requirements of 5G and IoT networks?

- 2015 saw the completion of a series of fibre optic cable projects throughout Poland with the sole purpose to connect the areas that lacked internet connections. What have been the immediate results of this government initiative and what do they expect to happen over the next few years?


Przemyslaw Gagala
, International Sales Director, HAWE TELECOM

Daniel Jasinski, Managing Director, RETN

Stuart Ever, CSO, TURK TELEKOM INTERNATIONAL

Damian Matyszewski
, Director Wholesale Department International Data Services, EXATE


1.00pm LUNCH AND NETWORKING OPPORTUNITY



2.00pm
CLOSE OF CAPACITY CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE 2016

 



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