#CTS16: Have you registered yet?

TelecomSummit_2016brochure_r6_Page_1For three full days, The Canadian Telecom Summit delivers thought provoking presentations from the prime movers of the industry. The Canadian Telecom Summit gives you the chance to hear from and talk with them in both a structured atmosphere of frank discussion and high octane idea exchange and schmooze in a more relaxed social setting of genial conversation.

The leadership of the telecom, broadcast & IT industries will converge at the Toronto Congress Centre from June 6 to 8 to discuss the key issues and trends that will impact this critical sector of the economy. Join more than 500 of your peers, suppliers, policy makers, regulators, customers and competitors in attending telecom’s most important gathering.

The past year has witnessed the release of a number of significant regulatory and policy decisions that are certain to impact telecommunications and broadcasting industries for years to come. That is why we are so happy that our speakers at The 2016 Canadian Telecom Summit will include Privacy Commissioner Daniel Therrien, CRTC Commissioner Raj Shoan, FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai, former Minister Maxime Bernier, among more than 70 other industry leaders, including Dr. David Bray, Chief Information Officer of the FCC. Check out the conference brochure for the details on confirmed speakers. And we will be announcing shortly our keynote speakers from Bell, Intel, Red Hat, and Wind River.

Why not plan on joining them?

The Canadian Telecom Summit has become the place for Canada’s ICT leaders to meet, interact and do business, inspired by high-octane interaction, top-level keynote speakers and thought-provoking panel discussions.

These leaders and many more will all be at The 2016 Canadian Telecom Summit.

You should be there too. Register today! Visit the conference website or download the brochure for more details.

Continuing Professional Development: The time spent attending substantive sessions at The 2016 Canadian Telecom Summit can be claimed as “Substantive Hours” toward Continuing Professional Development (CPD) requirements for the Law Society of Upper Canada.

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