Join us at Telecom Business Customer Summit 2010

Operator speakers already confirmed include:

Sergio Cozzolino, Vice President, Market Development, Mobile & Fixed Solutions, Telecom Italia

Adriano Ottaviani, Marketing & CRM Director, Wind Telecomunicazioni

Mark Wigington, VP, Large Projects, Orange Business Services

Hussain Al-Lawati , Head of Direct Sales, Nawras

Bart Cartuyvels, Expert Segment Manager, Enterprise Business Unit - COR Marketing, Belgacom

Jan Sonck, Corporate Marketing Director Enterprise Business Unit, Belgacom

Mila Milenković, Head of B2B Partnership, Telekom Srbija

Rolf Paulsen, Product Director, Network Norway

David Maric, Head of B2B Marketing, Mobily

Sandor Borbas, Project Manager on Corporate Sales, T-Mobile Hungary

Tim Devine, Partner, Communications Media & Entertainment Practice, PA Consulting

...and, of course, our very own Guy Redmill.

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We look forward to seeing you there.

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