24 - 26 October 2017, London
We are pleased to announce that Capacity Europe will be taking place in London on 24 - 26 October 2017!
Discover an all new Capacity Europe!
In 2001, no-one knew who Mark Zuckerberg was, whiling away an afternoon on YouTube simply wasn’t an option and Capacity Europe was built on the premise of voice and data trading.
Sixteen years on, Facebook is trying to bring the Internet to the world, YouTube has over a billion users and the world of wholesale has become so much more than trading minutes.
With each new advancement in technology and an increased demand on data, cloud and digital services, wholesale carriers are extending their portfolios to cater to tomorrow’s demands. With attendance from these new service providers, including OTT players, cloud, security providers and enterprise customers, Capacity Europe will help drive your strategy into the digital future.
Who attends Capacity Europe?
2000+ senior-level attendees
500+ companies in attendance
80+ countries represented
What happened at Capacity Europe 2016?
ADVANCING BUSINESS THROUGH FORMAL FACE-TO-FACE MEETINGS
Throughout the three days of the event, Capacity Europe offered various platforms for formal business meetings.
100+ companies showcased their new services and products in the exhibition room, connected with partners old and new over meeting tables, and negotiated deals in private meeting rooms.
CONNECTING AND TAKING PARTNERSHIPS TO THE NEXT LEVEL WITH INFORMAL NETWORKING
At Capacity Europe, where just under 50% of delegates are of Director, President or C-Level, and with a variety of networking coffee breaks, breakfasts, lunches and drinks receptions, there were plenty of opportunities to catch up with industry peers.
GETTING THE LATEST MARKET INSIGHTS THAT WILL DRIVE SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS STRATEGIES
Three mornings of conference sessions provided attendees with the unique opportunity to hear industry leaders debate the future of the market and gather key industry insights. Topics includes: Wholesale and enterprise; Virtual Security; Cloud services; Content
Take a look at what happened in 2015: