|NextGen Academy brings breakthrough workshop from Warsaw to London|
|Written by David Brunnen|
|Thursday, 02 April 2015 09:50|
For UK readers who were unable to trek to Warsaw in February, NextGen Academy has arranged a special treat next month in London.
Like so many delegates, our journey to the 2015 FTTH Council Europe’s annual conference was enlivened by VenturaNext’s mini-MBA led by CCO Richard Jones. In the space of just a few hours delegates already familiar with well worn arguments about investment in fibre access networks woke up to a realisation that those old familiar rules had shifted.
With input costs down, demand up, network planning & deployment management honed and growth outcomes valued more highly, it is time to rethink the decisions that have led many investors to limit risk through severe design compromise.
That is why a re-run of this great workshop is so timely for a UK audience – but delegate places are limited and priority must go to Municipalities concerned for their local economic growth and City Analysts who are called to back new market entrants.
The event on May 19th in central London is not free of charge – but fees have been kept as low as possible with a 40% discounted rate for public sector attendees.
|Last Updated on Saturday, 04 April 2015 11:30|