Predictions: 2017 and Beyond

16 November 2016


Ham Yard Hotel, London W1D 7DT


Our analyst team set out its vision of the coming year for the mobile, media and Internet realms.


Agenda

Time Topic Presenters
9:15 Breakfast and registration
10:00 Welcome and Introduction Shaun CollinsShaun Collins
CEO
10:15 Keynote: Navigating the Future Ben WoodBen Wood
Chief of Research
Martin GarnerMartin Garner
SVP, Internet
11:00 Coffee break
11:30 Panel Session:
Operators Advancing Connectivity

Shaun CollinsShaun Collins
CEO
Marc AlleraMarc Allera
CEO,
EE
Mark EvansMark Evans
CEO,
O2 UK
Jim RyanJim Ryan
Chief Strategy Officer,
Liberty Global
12:30 Lunch and exhibitions
13:45 Panel Session:
Digital Transformation and
the Future Workplace

Nicholas McQuireNicholas McQuire
VP, Enterprise
Chris MoyerChris Moyer
CTO,
Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Phil MottramPhil Mottram
Enterprise Director,
Vodafone UK
Albert CreixellAlbert Creixell
Director, European Enterprise & SMB Programs, Samsung
14:30 Interview: John Petter of
BT Consumer
Paolo PescatorePaolo Pescatore
Director, Multiplay and Media
John PetterJohn Petter
Chief Executive,
BT Consumer
15:00 Afternoon tea
15:30 Top 10 Predictions Revealed Marina KoytchevaMarina Koytcheva
Director, Forecasting
16:00 Attendee Predictions and Closing Remarks Michael WalkerMichael Walker
Chairman
16:15 Close

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