The New Roadmap for the Future for Telecommunications Companies

Harvard Club of New York
35 W 44th St
New York, NY 10036

Wednesday, March 27, 2019 | 8:00 AM - 10:30 AM US ET


Telecommunications companies are at a crossroads. While the global telecommunications industry generates more than $6 trillion in revenue today, rapid shifts in technology are disrupting the industry as demand for deeper, widespread and near-instantaneous connectivity grows.  

Now, as new non-traditional competitors converge around telecom, how can legacy telecommunications companies transform and develop creative business models and creative experiences? As technology like 5G evolves, how will the industry keep up with demand for competitive innovation matched by financial muscle?

Join Harvard Business Review in New York City on March 27 for an interactive session that will look at how the roadmap to telecom success is changing. With experts and leading practitioners, we will take a look at how companies are shifting from a focus on subscription to services. We will examine the approaches telecoms companies are developing to collaborate with partners and enhance customer engagement.

The panel discussion will also explore the different business models that are being use by these companies and how telecommunications companies can choose the approach that plays to their strengths.

This is an intimate, invitation-only event for select executives, and your voice is critical to this discussion. Be sure to register today to secure your seat on March 27.



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Harvard Club of New York 
35 W 44th St 
New York, NY 10036 

8‌:‌0‌0‌-‌9‌:‌3‌0‌ A‌M Guest Check-In & Breakfast 
9‌:‌0‌0‌-‌10‌:‌3‌0‌ P‌M Panel Discussion & Audience Q&A

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