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.

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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 confront the new realities of the industry and explore 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
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The Outcomes Reports

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The future of ICTs according to the experts

The Outcomes from ITU Telecom World 2013 and ITU Telecom World 2012.

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2013 highlights

Panel Sessions

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  • "The local factor will be a strong driver in the years to come, even more so compared to the global concepts, Twitter, Facebook, which are the front runners of this new digital life."

    Jon Frederik Baksaas, CEO
    Telenor

  • "You cannot go country by country and decide what is going to be used for mobile. It has to be harmonized from the outset."

    François Rancy, Director
    Radiocommunication Bureau, ITU

  • "We saw that 50% of people that live in urban Africa, in major cities are already online. 50% across all socioeconomic levels. What's also striking is that there's about half of them online every day for quite a long time. In urban centres, the demand by Africans for using the internet in their lives is already happening. "

    Safroadu Yeboah-Amankwah, Director and leader
    McKinsey's Business Technology Practice, McKinsey

  • "Digital migration is held hostage to the interests of broadcasters."

    Fred Matiang'i, Minister
    Ministry of Information, Communication and Technology, Kenya

  • "Most of the technology has moved from circuit switched to digital but the business model is stuck in the circuit switched stage."

    Steve Bell, President
    KeySo Global

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2013 Partners and sponsors