Become a speaker

Are you a senior professional actively involved in the deployment of fibre networks in Europe? Then we might have some speaking slots available for you within the programme of our next FTTH Conference.

 

The agenda of next year's FTTH Conference will be divided into two main moments: April 18 will be dedicated to our expert workshops, while April 19 and 20 will see a series of keynote speeches and panel sessions. Both workshops and conference sessions will articulate around a wide range of FTTH and other fibre enabled technology, regulatory and service subjects, and will feature high-level speakers from the the policy & regulation, finance and technology communities.

 

Check the requirement below before submitting your application
 

You are a C level delegate of your company
(CEO, CTO, CFO, President, Board member, Chairman/Chairwoman etc)

You are actively involved in the European FTTH supply chain as an operator, installer, policy maker or investor

You speak fluent english and are keen on addressing FTTH and fibre-related topics from various angles and perspectives

 

If you comply to our speaker profile, you might want to drop us an email making sure to include and answer all the elements you will find pre-filled in the email template you will be prompted to by clicking on the button below. These will help our management team to review your application.

Apply for a speaking slot

Please note that our team will review your application taking into account a number of criteria, thus including seniority, gender balance, geography, speaker and cmompany profiles and themes of each panel session, to ensure that the Conference programme will represent and touch upon the whole European fibre eco-system.

The FTTH Council Europe is not covering travel and accommodation costs for speakers and their entourage.

 

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Speakers of the FTTH Conference represent the investor, operator, regulatory and vendor communities. At our conferences, they share their unique perspectives on the state of play in the telecoms and digital industries, with the main aim of advancing full-fibre connectivity as the most future-proof broadband technology.