ITU Telecom World is the global platform for high-level debate, networking, innovation-showcasing and knowledge-sharing across the ICT community.

It brings together public and private sectors, emerging markets and industry investors to explore the current massive disruption of the ICT sector and its implications for the future.

Navigate industry disruption, discover intelligent solutions and build sustainable partnerships.

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World 2014

Radical change continues to transform the entire ICT Industry, ecosystem and our world. ITU Telecom World 2014 in Doha, Qatar is a unique opportunity to explore the new realities of the industry and examine how future scenarios could impact our businesses and lives.

Unique features:

  • Influential audience bringing together public and private sectors
  • Insight and understanding of the evolving ICT ecosystem
  • World-class debates on  technology, policy and strategy
  • Showcasing global innovation  and investment opportunities
  • Unparalleled exposure to emerging markets
  • Face-to-face networking at the highest level

Future in Focus


The full event programme is now available with details of every session, every speaker, every networking occasion, every opportunity to find out more on the future of ICTs and their impact on the world we live in.

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2013 highlights

  • "There is something tactile, it is needy in everybody here, the need to communicate with each other. that's where the power is in marketing and marketers are enabling or able to actually access that power and use that power for personal communication, it is a fundamental on everybody's mobile. It is a very personal project."

    Oscar Veronese, SVP Asia

  • "ARPU could be as low as a dollar come 202 in the developed western world."

    Peter Mercieca, Partner, Technology Media & Telecommunications

  • "The network we’re dealing with today is not the network that we had yesterday. We’re dealing with an IP-based network, the skill sets involved are very different."

    Laina Greene, CEO
    GET-IT, Green Energy Technology and Info-communications Technology

  • "So in some ways, it's not just operator business models in danger of being obsoleted, the regulatory model may be just bypassed by a whole web industry."

    Martin Geddes, Founder
    Martin Geddes Consulting

  • "The ubiquity of the mobile service really changes the equation for sharing spectrum."

    Julie Napier Zoller, Deputy Coordinator
    International Communications and Information Policy (CIP), United States Department of State


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