PICTFOR Event and Reception: Fixed and Mobile Broadband, 29th January 2013

The PICTFOR parliamentary officers are delighted to hold a general conversation with PICTFOR members, parliamentarians and guests on 29th January 2013 in Parliament. The topic will be Fixed and Mobile Broadband, with an outstanding panel of speakers and our moderator Matt Warman, Consumer Technology Editor at the Telegraph. Please see below for further information. To RSVP please contact admin[at]pictfor.org.uk.

 

Panel Discussion and Reception

 On the transition to superfast broadband and 4G/LTE services in the UK

Tuesday 29th January 2013

18.00 – 21.00

Grand Committee Room, Westminster Hall

 Introduction from the PICTFOR Co-Chairs

Chi Onwurah MP

Stephen Mosley MP

Panel

Dan Perlet, Head of Corporate and Financial Affairs, EE

Sean Williams, Group Director of Strategy, BT

Paul Morris, Head of Government Affairs, Vodafone

Barry Forde, CEO, Broadband for the Rural North (B4RN)

Matthew Hare, CEO, Gigaclear

Rory Stewart MP, Conservative Member of Parliament for Penrith and the Border

Moderator

Matt Warman, Consumer Technology Editor, The Telegraph

Attendees please note:

Leave 20 minutes for security checks at Cromwell Green entrance.

The reception will follow on at 7 Millbank.

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