Informa Telecoms and Media announces a startling thirty five percent more pre_registered delegates than last year

Published November 17th, 2009 - 03:36 GMT
Informa Telecoms & Media announces a startling 35% more pre-registered delegates than last year, making this year’s show the biggest ever. With only three weeks to go until the event, now is the time to register – tickets are free of charge to all Middle Eastern operators until the 23rd of November. The two-day strategic keynotes feature 75+ visionaries including 45 operators who will share their insights and strategies with keynotes from leading minds such as Dr. Saad Al Barrack, Deputy Chairman, Group Managing Director and CEO, ZAIN Group; Dr. Nasser Marafih, CEO, Qtel; Marwan Zawaydeh, CEO, Vtel Holdings; Andrew Hanna, Group General Manager, Consulting and Strategy, Batelco; Samer Salameh, Chairman and CEO Alfa Telecom Lebanon; Osman Sultan, CEO, du; Ross Cormack, CEO, Nawras Oman; Raed Ahmad, CEO MTN Yemen; Abdul Aziz Al-Tamami, COO, Mobily, Saudi Arabia; Najeeb Al-Awadi, CEO, Viva Kuwait; and many more. “We are delighted with the enthusiasm we have received from the very highest level speakers who have confirmed their participation at this event. CEOs Saad Al-Barrack from Zain Group, Nasser Marafih from QTel, Osman Sultan from Du, Ross Cormack from Nawras, Nayla Khawam from Jordan Telecoms Group and Najib Al-Awadi from VIVA are among the 32 C-Level Operators on this year's outstanding speaker panel," says Caroline Broderick, Content Development Manager for Informa Telecoms & Media. (Download the full agenda on HYPERLINK "http://cts.businesswire.com/ct/CT?id=smartlink&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.comworldseries.com%2Fme&esheet=6101330&lan=en_US&anchor=www.comworldseries.com%2Fme&index=2&md5=041eebc1b29c49c4b00b9993d274db26" www.comworldseries.com/me) With a subscriber base in the Middle Eastern region set to grow 34% between now and 2010 to reach 193 million people, now is the best time to explore opportunities to make the most of this amazing growth. Designed to give telecom operators a competitive edge in the Middle East and beyond, the presentations include the hottest topics of the region: balancing global expansion with growth in the domestic market; enhancing broadband services to increase operator revenues; maximizing the potential of the fixed license; strategies for customer acquisition and retention; minimizing costs and maximizing ROI in an uncertain financial climate and innovating with revenue-generating value-added services. Due to popular demand, the program also incorporates two brand-new elements this year: The Saudi Arabia Focus Day dedicated to the Middle East’s fastest-growing market and the two-day Telecoms HR Summit set to analyze the changing role of HR managers during the current economic downturn. This event is free to all Middle Eastern operators, thus allowing a great representation from the whole region. Participants will get the chance to network and do business with all the movers & shakers of the region and also to try the industry’s newest technical innovations by visiting the 120+ international vendors in the exhibition coinciding with the conference, with key telco powerhouses sponsoring the event such as Etisalat, ITS, Comviva, Nokia Siemens Networks, Gemalto, Actix, Convergys, eServ Global, SmartTrust, Obethur Technologies, Belgacom ICS, Orga Systems, Detecon Consulting, I-New, Qualcomm and Huawei. -Ends- Source: HYPERLINK "http://www.me-newswire.com/" ME Newswire *View this release online and download high resolution images and logos at: HYPERLINK "http://www.me-newswire.com/news/1147" http://www.me-newswire.com/news/1147 About GSM>3G Middle East Telco World Summit: GSM>3G Middle East is the premier event for the region’s telecommunications professionals to meet, network, share best practice and learn about technology and service developments. It is a flagship event in Informa Telecoms & Media’s Com World Series, a series of congresses addressing high-growth markets around the world.

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