Telecoms and media is one of the most diverse, pervasive and dynamic sectors on the planet. However, its long-term value is in question as traditional business models and roles are challenged by younger more nimble competitors. What do traditional telecoms and media firms have to do to remain relevant to their customers and valued by their shareholders? Should they move into new parts of the value chain or, alternatively, do they need to focus ruthlessly on their core business?
Now in its 12th year, Informa Telecoms & Media’s Industry Outlook 2014 assesses the options available to players across the sector. This one-day, analyst-led conference brings together leading figures from across the telecoms and media business to discuss future strategies
The title for this year’s conference, which will be held in London on November 7, is Digital Futures: Creating new roles and value chains. It will showcase new research from Informa Telecoms & Media that demonstrates how value has shifted across different parts of the value chain.
The event will also include presentations from C-level executives in communications service providers (CSPs), technology providers and media firms. This will give you the opportunity to benchmark your approach to innovation and understand the impact that 2014’s core industry themes will have on your business.
This year’s event again includes access to Analyst Clinics throughout the day, giving you the opportunity to quiz Informa thought leaders about specific issues relating to your business.