Telecom Council Predictions 2012

Start Date: 
Wednesday, January 18, 2012
End Date: 
Wednesday, January 18, 2012

San Jose, CA:

Telecom Council Executive Forum members, delegates and our invited experts go on the record with predictions for 2012, so take notes! We kick off with official predictions from experts from many telecom sectors who will share their views of what to expect for 2012. Then, we put the questions to you by asking you to enter your predictions in our survey. Your predictions are a contest entry, to see who gets bragging rights next year. 

And for fun, we take a look at last year’s predictions and last year’s Predictions survey winners. We’ve got everyone’s 2011 Prediction forms in hand, and will call out the most accurate and most humorous responses. Start the new year with an evening of executive networking, insight, and predictions about the 'Next Big Thing' in telecom for 2012. This event is free for Executive Forum members, and open to qualified executive guests for a registration fee of $200. For more information on the Council's Executive Forum, including membership criteria, visit our website. 

Have some predictions you’d like to share? 
Last year, speakers included the CEO of Mozilla Firefox, CTO of Ericsson, GM – Mobile of Paypal, Co-Founder of Rebtel, and had an amazing attendee list to boot. We are looking for out-of-the box, insightful, predictions for 2012 from well-informed and very senior executives. If you have interest, please abstract your predictions and apply to speak here.


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