Capacity Conferences

North America 2016


5 & 6 October 2016, Toronto

From the organisers of ITW, Capacity North America offers a unique platform for wholesale carriers, regulators, content players, data centres, ICT companies and vendors to meet with C-level executives who are directly responsible for navigating voice, data and value added services across North America.

NEW FOR 2016: Representation from cloud, gaming and broadcasting sectors

With over 320 attendees from more than 120 different companies, the 2016 edition will offer bespoke networking opportunities with hosted functions and an innovative conference program fuelling the latest discussions in wholesale telecommunications.

Steered by thought-leadership and expertise, the conference agenda provides you with a unique insight into future investments and growth opportunities within the rapidly changing North American wholesale market. Plan ahead and address fundamental business strategies by joining these high-level visionary conversations.

See the 2015 agenda sessions >>

Get Involved!

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

Robert Barton, Head of Sales, Americas
Tel: + 44 (0)20 7779 7233

Chris Thompson, Sales Manager
Tel: +44 (0)20 7779 7231

Speaking Opportunities:

Camela Cuison, Senior Conference Producer
Tel: + 44 (0)20 7779 7274



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