Don’t miss the International Telecom Forum 2009, the established annual event for Credit Risk professionals from telecommunication & multimedia sector, already in its 4th edition.
This year the event’s theme focuses on “Seeking profitable opportunities in the economic downturn”: The two-day agenda will illustrate the market trends, future challenges and solutions that will help companies beat the competition after the current financial crisis.
In the fast growing information technology market, the telecommunications industry has been in continuous expansion: important technological advances and the liberalisation of the market have caused an increased availability of services and products. The agenda will also feature a panel discussion on Mobile Banking where institutional representatives & operators will share their knowledge with the audience.
The agenda will include presentations from experts of the Telecommunication arena on Risk Management, Debt Management and Fraud Prevention, along with several case studies, workshops and parallel interactive sessions from a number of international market players. Our keynote speaker's panel will include Mr. Michael Bartholomew, Director of ETNO (The European Telecommunications Network Operators' Association).
Join us at the International Telecom Forum to get the opportunity to gather valuable insight on how to face today’s market challenges, reduce risk and grow your business in the current situation, while adopting the right strategies and tools at every step of the customer life cycle. The event brings together worldwide leaders of the telecommunication arena to debate, discuss and explore areas essential to the Risk Management in the Telecom industry.
The International Telecom Forum is particularly designed for telecommunication organizations with an interest in the strategies and solutions for Risk Management in the Telecom industry. More specifically, the event is addressed to: Chief Executive Officers, Directors and Heads of Risk, Fraud & Marketing Management executives from Telecommunication and multimedia organisations.