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ITU Telecom World 2011: Collaborate and share views with key industry players on cutting-edge topics

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Geneva, 24 – 27 October 2011

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WORLD 2011

ITU Telecom World 2011: 24 – 27 October, Geneva, Switzerland

Join key industry stakeholders in Geneva
Take part in influential global debates shaping the future ICT landscape. Take your place alongside high-level delegates in connected technologies from public, private and research sectors throughout the world, including Hans Vestberg, President & CEO, Ericsson, Masami Yamamoto, President, Fujitsu, Paul Otellini, President & CEO, Intel, Ryuji Yamada, President & CEO, NTT DOCOMO, Carlos Slim Helú, Chairman,Telmex and Professor Jeffrey Sachs, Special Advisor to the UN Secretary-General for the Millennium Development Goals, Director, The Earth Institute at Columbia University. Be part of it. See Who’s There and Register Now to secure your place at the leading networking and knowledge-sharing event for the ICT community.

Hot Topics
If it’s topical, stimulating, important or on-trend in connected technologies, it’s on the agenda at ITU Telecom World 2011. A packed and exciting programme of events features debates, panel discussions and interactive workshops on themes including the benefits and potential drawbacks of widespread deployment of cloud computing models in Heads in the Cloud, the need to balance privacy issues and freedom of expression in social networking in The Perfect Storm and ensuring universal access in The Pathway to a Connected World. Engage with Ministers from around the world on core issues such as cybersecurity, emergency telecommunications or digital TV migration in the Ministerial roundtables. Or participate in the Digital Cities’11 conference on the application of technology to the challenges of expanding urbanization, or the Technical Symposium, featuring unique in-depth expert insights into tomorrow’s digital developments.

Kick-start your connections
ITU Telecom World 2011 provides you with a unique opportunity to meet, network and share knowledge and ideas with the world’s leading industry players. Start making the connections that count right now with YourSpace, the exciting new online networking experience at the heart of the event.

Register today for World 2011 and join YourSpace directly to benefit immediately from a host of services enabling you to:

  • Match your our own interests with those of other delegates, sessions and companies
  • Connect and arrange meetings with other participants off-and online
  • Sign up for networking social events
  • Tailor your own schedule of sessions to attend and targeted one-to-one meetings
  • Engage in ongoing conversations on topics critical to the ICT industry
  • Download presentations post-session
  • Maximize your visibility and networking opportunities

Tomorrow’s Innovations, Today
Join the innovators of tomorrow in Geneva, the short-listed winners of our inaugural Open Innovation Competitions. Over 150 ideas were submitted for innovative projects focused on applying digital technology to drive real-life solutions to real-world problems. Of these, the top 60 will be selected to attend the event, developing seed ideas in special workshops mentored by experts – and pitching to World ’11 on a truly global stage. Be there too – see tomorrow’s digital talent, today.

High-Profile Visibility
Profile your products and services on this unique world stage –and demonstrate your commitment to the advancement of connected technologies worldwide. Leverage our high-level audience and enhance your visibility online and onsite. Select from sponsorships such as Registration, Lanyards, Networking Lunch or share your event objectives and visibility interests with our team for customized package.

Travel To And From Geneva
Arrive by air to Geneva International Airport, within easy walking distance of the Geneva-Palexpo venue and a short six minutes from the city centre by city-link train. Benefit from Geneva’s ideal location at the heart of European rail and road networks with high-speed services and excellent motorway access from all corners of the continent. We are pleased to announce that Swiss International Air Lines are the official carrier for ITU Telecom World 2011, offering special congress fares with reductions of up to 25% to all participants. Click here for further information.

Register Today!
Be part of it – register now for the world’s leading networking and knowledge-sharing platform for connected technologies.

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