The global communications’ industry’s biggest event – Broadband World Forum – is fast approaching this fall and Broadband Forum is once again a key partner of the show. After 2 very successful years in Berlin, this industry renowned conference and exhibition is moving to beautiful and tech savvy Amsterdam for its 19th year in 2019.
The Broadband World Forum event will be taking place at Amsterdam RAI, 15-17 October, 2019.
Broadband World Forum is the perfect opportunity to connect with the entire fixed network ecosystem with a large floorspace and 3 days of curated content. The event annually welcomes over 4000 attendees from around the world, and boasts over 60% operator attendance, with the majority being decision makers at their relevant organizations.
2019 Broadband World Forum promises to cut through the noise and provide a clear view of the innovative and cutting-edge technologies that will be driving the future of broadband, how they are evolving, and strategies for not only creating effective solutions that improve network speeds, capacity and reliability but how they can be monetized.
Broadband Forum, as a key partner in Broadband World Forum, will be a major contributor to these insights through its expanded Interop Pavilion, enhanced pre-show BASe workshops, and speaking roles given to its leadership and membership. We believe that it will be an ideal event to meet potential partners, learn about current challenges, and get a 360 degree view of the industry in one place. In addition, Broadband Forum members interested in being part of the Interop Pavilion will enjoy fantastic perks, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
In addition, Broadband Forum is looking for additional BASe sponsors to participate in its two dedicated pre-show workshops on the hot topics in broadband today – Connected Home and 5G. These concurrent workshops are often standing room only with hundreds of industry leaders and influencers in attendance. If you are interested, please see information at the Broadband Forum website here, or contact Rhonda Heier (email@example.com)
For additional enquiries or to secure Broadband Forum Interop Pavilion space, please contact Tamas Szuts: firstname.lastname@example.org / +44 (0) 207 017 4260