Following its huge success in 2015, The Great Telco Debate returns on 15th November 2016. Once again we will be bringing together some of the world's leading thinkers and players in the telecoms ecosystem.

If you're serious about telecoms, involved in strategy, product management, regulation, investment or business development, you should attend the most important conference on the future of the industry.

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'GTD2015 have started to perfect a format that is fast, focussed and fun. A Great Debate indeed'
Phil Jordan, CIO Telefonica

'It is such a unique and fresh format - I haven't seen anything like this in an analyst event before. The atmosphere was fantastic - everyone seemed engaged, there was a good measure of humour and the topics debated were spot on'
Joanna Gluzman, BT

'GTD was one of the best events I've attended, truly stimulating and with my 10 years of telco background, I would really encourage all telcos strategy and marketing planning teams to send representation, to hear from the full proverbial 'ecosystem', and encourage active, disruptive and therefore innovative thinking'
Shan Eisenberg, Commercial & Marketing Director for Netgem

'I really enjoyed the debate format. The mix of operators, suppliers and analysts allowed all sides to have their say and for there to be a real debate about the challenges and opportunities in the industry. It was refreshingly honest'
Bill Jinks, Distinguished Engineer IBM




'Best Industry insight day of the year'
Doug Webster, Cisco

'Very current and relevant. Professionally run and open to contrarian views'
Ken Jacobson, Dimension Data

'Very good event. Some very good speakers and high profile. Especially appreciate the discussion without too much of a sales pitch'
Steve Kingdom, Huawei

'The only industry event where experts disagree constructively'
Vincent Rousselet, Amdocs

'I thought it was excellent - more interactive than any event I have ever been to and very insightful. Having Graham and Chris moderate, inspire and antagonise with humour aplenty proved a recipe for success'
Ronald Hendrikx, Bird & Bird