Date: Wednesday 8th November 2023
Time: 10:30 – 17:30 GMT
Location: Conference room – The Goldsmiths’ Centre
42 Britton St, London EC1M 5AD
Entry: RSVP only
STL Partners is delighted to be hosting the “STL research briefing: Building the successful telco for 2030 in London on the 8th of November.
At the event, we will outline the key forces shaping the telecoms industry for the rest of the decade and what operators should do to be successful in realizing their ambitions of transforming into “techcos”. We will explore growth opportunities for telcos in both the enterprise and the consumer segments, the importance of innovation in the network, as well as the need to meet sustainability goals and opportunities to support enterprises in reaching net zero .
We will be presenting the STL view on the following key topics:
Join us in exploring the forefront of telecom innovation. Secure your spot today and be a part of shaping tomorrow’s connectivity landscape.
Places are limited and we will confirm your attendance over email before the event.
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Date: Wednesday 6th December
Time: 3PM to 4:30PM GMT
STL Partners is hosting a CSP exclusive virtual roundtable, in partnership with Amdocs, focusing on how operators can navigate four stages of network transformation to unlock new growth.
The virtual briefing will focus on sharing insights across four key pillars of network transformation – automation, cloudification, API exposure, and data exploitation – and explain the roadmap for operators in successfully maturing. We will be presenting key findings from our recent research programme where we have interviewed over 20 CSP executives, and surveyed over 100 operator stakeholders globally, benchmarking them on their journey towards next generation networks.
We will cover the following key questions:
There will also be a presentation from Amdocs, where they will be delving into strategic recommendations for operators wanting to accelerate their network transformation.
Places are limited and we will confirm your attendance over email before the event.Register your interest
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