brochure - Mavenir Systems

45%
250+
25+
Operator
attendance
Attendees
service provider
speakers
Kranky Geek
developers
focus day
100% attendees
rated event as
‘very good’ or
‘excellent’
2nd Annual
Understanding the impact and
applications of WebRTC from all
parts of the ecosystem
£299
14 – 15 April 2015, Hilton Tower Bridge, London
entry rate for
Operators and
App Developers
All New Speaker Line-Up includes:
Thomas Scheerbarth
Senior Expert of
Voice and Multimodal
Solutions, T-Labs
Deutsche Telekom
Svein Willassen
PhD – head of appear.
in, appear.in
Telenor Digital
Paul Beardow
CTO
Orange Libon
Adam Linford
Head of Labs
Truphone
Ivan Krevatin
Senior Expert
Hrvatski Telekom
Manuel Núñez Sanz
Core Network, CTO
Telefonica Global
Nuno Silva
Senior Consultant and
Professor
Portugal Telecom
Carsten Rhod
Gregersen
Founder
Nabto
Patrice Crutel
Senior Architect
Bouygues Telecom
John Ince
CEO
Project Peach
Leading Browser
Keynote
PLATINUM SPONSOR
www.webrtc-conference.com
@telconetworks #WebRTC
WebRTC Global Summit
facebook.com/itmnetworksevents
SILVER SPONSOR
A WORD FROM THE CHAIR:
WebRTC is an important movement; its beyond just agreed technologies in the browser / device. Its an
ecosystem of large and small, general and specialized service providers. All vying for a piece of the market
created when browsers / devices can communicate peer-to-peer WITHOUT a vendor specific download, and
all the limitations that incurs. WebRTC is so much more than just voice and video communications between
browsers. Put simply WebRTC implements some magic to set up a secure, robust, low-latency, p2p audio,
video, and data pipe. And within that pipe anything can be sent, from measurement data from a monitoring
device, through gesture and video data for a network-based game, to all the applications of communications
within all the processes that now run over the internet. It’s extremely big! The WebRTC Global Summit will
showcase some of these applications and give attendees a great idea on how WebRTC can build on revenue,
the technical challenges as well as the solutions. I look forward to seeing you there!
Whole ecosystem
represented
Meet the
Key Players
Operators 45%
IP Players & Vendors 32%
Developers 20%
Academic 2%
Handset Manufacturer 1%
VP/Director 39%
Technical Manager 24%
& Senior Engineer
Project Manager 22%
Marketing Manager 12%
CxO Level 3%
96%
of attendees would recommend
attending the event to a colleague
AN INTERVIEW WITH PATRICE CRUTEL
Patrice Crutel has been Bouygues Telecom’s Senior Architect of the Core and Service Network layer since 2011. He is in charge of
E2E strategies in areas such as IMS and Service Network Evolution, mainly in subjects such as VoLTE, Unified Communication (RCS,
webRTC, SDP, IP messaging), new service, opening to Third Party Developers. Patrice spoke at the 2014 WebRTC Global Summit and
we are delighted that he will be able to share his thoughts on Next Generation Unified Communications at WebRTC Global Summit
2015. With that in mind we asked Patrice a few questions on WebRTC and some of the surrounding topics.
Q
How would you describe WebRTC to a
person who has never heard of it?
webRTC is an “opensource”, a tool allowing 3rd
Party Developers and operators to develop,
easily and without any need of plugins, voice/
video, messaging, content sharing apps on any
browser.
Has WebRTC been the disruption that
was predicted when it was first
developed and why/why not?
Q
Adding without any need of any plug-in the
capabilities to have Real Time Communication
(voice, messaging, content sharing) in any device
that has at least a browser (i.e. a TV, an STB, a
PC and so on) is for sure a relevant evolution.
Exposing those capabilities to developers is
allowing relevant innovation in the area of Real
Time Communication (eHealth, eCommerce,
Surveillance…). It also add capabilities of adding
Real Time Communication anywhere (using WiFi,
4G…) in any device (tablet, TV…) without any
need of SIM card. It also allows to be contacted
on any portal, any Social Network without any
need to provide his number i.e. keeping full
privacy by just a simple click.
Q
What are you and your company doing
to drive WebRTC forward?
We are following constantly the relevant and
needed (for an operator) evolutions of webRTC
(inclusion of ORTC in IE, inclusion of relevant
codecs, Push Notifications…). We are constantly
studying the relevant Use Cases which are
facilitated by webRTC (“Click-2-Communicate”
is not the only usecase allowed by webRTC)
and which can add relevant value to our VoLTE/
ViLTE strategy. We are constantly discussing
and exchanging ideas with relevant partners in
webRTC environment.
Q
If there is one, what is WebRTC’s
killer app?
webRTC is neither a service nor an End-2-End
solution. webRTC is a tool that will allow innovative
app. We see today quite often the presentation of
apps such as Click2Call/Click2SMS, conferencing…
but those services do exist since longtime. webRTC
has surely facilitated a better QoE for users (for
example, I could imagine the capaibility of being
able to be contacted Annywhere, Anytime, on Any
Device, from Anyone, being Anonymous via some
small icon, flashcode on any portal, my Social
Network, my signature…).
Q
What would your advice be to a
developer wanting to integrate WebRTC
into their products and services?
webRTC provides really API allowing voice/video,
messaging, content sharing. It will facilitate the
Communication with and between the user(s).
It brings opportunities in areas such a eHealth,
eSurveillance, eCommerce. It improves the
QoE for the users (simplifying and improving the
Communication)
Q
What is the biggest hurdle for the
progression of WebRTC?
What is for sure is that webRTC is progressing
so quick with regard to the features (codecs,
consumption of battery…) that it integrates. From
an operator point of view, the hurdle will remain
the statbility of webRTC in browsers next year and
also the Legal Interception requirements that an
operator gets from the authorities. webRTC is a
web model and authorities need to adapt their
view towards this change of model.
Q
What are the most impressive
companies in the WebRTC space?
There are so many relevant companies in the
webRTC space, not only the big “dinosaurs” of
the current Telco space. What is relevant when
selecting a company in such area is the agility of
the Solution provided as webRTC is evoluting so
quick. We have experimented the work with small
partners bringing relevant innovative ideas in the
webRTC space.
Q
What is the number thing you are looking
forward to from next year’s Global Summit?
What I do expect is really to see relevant webRTC
apps (not only Voice/video session between
smartphone and tablet, Click2Call, Conferencing
solutions). I do expect to see relevant usage of
webRTC APIs. From a “standardization” point
of view, I really hope to see good evolution of
webRTC in area such the wake up of webapps.
www.webrtc-conference.com
PLAN YOUR WEEK AT WEBRTC GLOBAL SUMMIT
Saturday
11
12
+ Sunday
April
Monday
13
April
TAD HACKS
Discover the latest ways to add communications to your application, service
or business. Meet the international community of telecom app developers.
TADHack is the ONLY global meeting place for developers who want to learn, share, code and create
using the tools and technologies available in telecommunications. We’re running a TADHack-mini on
the 11th and 12th of April focused on WebRTC and more, just before the WebRTC Global Summit.
Come and see some of the winners from TAD Hacks present their WebRTC–based applications at
the WebRTC Global Summit at the end of the first day.
Winners presenting
at WebRTC Global
Summit at 17:50 on
Tuesday 14 April
WEBRTC MASTERCLASS:
BUILDING A PRODUCTION LEVEL WEBRTC APPLICATION
How do you actually build a production level WebRTC application?
This pre-conference workshop will give you in depth knowledge into building a production level
WebRTC application. The detail-heavy agenda will give you the information beyond the fundamentals,
to tackle all the aspects involved in implementing WebRTC into your applications.
WebRTC Expert, &yet’s Philipp Hancke will take you on this journey from the start of the WebRTC
technology, touching on browser compatibility, to the holistic view of the coordination of technology
elements to create a real Internet communications production application.
12:00 What is WebRTC?
12:20Architecture
12:40 API Design
13:00 Elements of
an Internet
Communications
Application
13:20Lunch!
Tuesday
14
15
+ Wednesday
14:00 Client Side Application
development
16:00 STUN and TURN relay
servers
14:20 Signalling: The need to
communicate
16:20 Multiparty Video
14:40 Back-end elements
15:00 User authentication &
security
16:40 Monitoring &
Management of your
application
17:00 End of Workshop
15:20 Coffee Break
Philipp Hancke
WebRTC Expert
&yet
Tsahi Levent-Levi
Founder
BlogGeek.me
WEBRTC GLOBAL SUMMIT + APPLICATION CORNER
A brand new feature for the WebRTC Global Summit, the Application Corner will look to offer attendees an opportunity to get hands
on experience with a variety of WebRTC based applications. The Corner will be a great chance to talk to the companies responsible
for the applications in an informal 1-to-1 manner. Here are a few of the companies that you will see at the Application Corner:
April
16
Thursday
April
KRANKYGEEK
The Kranky Geek event is a high intensity half day event that brings the developers of real
WebRTC services that run in production to talk about their architecture and their challenges.
• The Kranky Geek event is built as a set of 10 sessions
• Each session is 20 minutes long
• All speakers are handpicked by Chris Koehncke (ChrisKranky.com) and Tsahi Levent Levi (BlogGeek.me)
SESSIONS 1-3:
SESSIONS 7-9:
WebRTC 101
A crash course to WebRTC, making sure everyone is up to speed and
talks the same language within the room.
Business & Roadmap
Where would WebRTC evolve in the future, and how has
it already impacted those who have selected it?
SESSIONS 4-6:
SESSION 10:
Challenges & Architecture
• How do you build a successful multipoint video service on top of
WebRTC?
• How do you scale your signalling into the millions of devices?
• How do you handle identity in your service?
These are the types of questions handled in such sessions.*
Live demo
A live coding session of WebRTC, done on stage in front
of the audience.
* Exact topics will be determined by the speakers picked for the specific
Kranky Geek event
www.webrtc-conference.com
Tsahi
Levent-Levi
Founder
BlogGeek.me
AGENDA DAY 1: 14TH APRIL 2015
08:50 Welcome Note and Business Card Exchange
Alan Quayle, Owner, Alan Quayle Business & Service
Development
BROWSER
09:00 The Mozilla Competency Center – driving
WebRTC forward
• The birth and growth of the Competency Center
• Why WebRTC is so important for the future of the
12:40
DEVELOPER
WEBRTC: CURRENT STATE OF PLAY
Lunch and Exhibition Visit
14:15
Role of WebRTC and RCS friends or foes?
• How does WebRTC fit in with the current investment of RCS?
• A look into how WebRTC can fit in with RCS to develop
business, Increasing the number of RCS enabled devices
using WebRTC
• A relationship to threaten OTTs, how should the OTTs
respond?
Niklas Blum, Deputy Head Next Generation Network
Infrastructure, Fraunhofer Fokus
internet
Andreas Gal, CTO, Mozilla*
09:25 Standards update and development – W3C, IETF
• Latest definitions and updates in standards, what
10:15
Networking Break, Exhibition Visit,
Refreshments and Speed Networking
WEBRTC: THE POTENTIAL
14:40
DEVELOPER
09:50Oracle Keynote Presentation
15:05
WEBRTC INTEGRATION
11:35
WebRTC and Telecom Technologies in Libon
• Libon introduction – disrupting from within
• Why did Libon use WebRTC – the opportunities
• Use cases in Libon – how we used WedRTC to extend
15:30
the service
• Technical Challenges - SIP to WebRTC, Codecs,
Identity, Multi device, incoming calls
• What we have learnt
Paul Beardow, CTO, Orange Libon
PANEL DISCUSSION: WebRTC and managing
service performance - IMS or something else?
• Is WebRTC a possible rejuvenation for IMS?
• WebRTC doesn’t need IMS to be deployed so why bother?
• Other than IMS, how else can we offer assured
Deployment of WebRTC architecture in a Telco
Environment: Telecomitalia experience
• WebRTC - learning to swim
• WebRTC uses cases developed in Telecomitalia
• Topics to be covered in Telco deployment of WebRTC
in predefined IMS environment: user identity, user
authentication, protocols, network architecture
• Implementing WebRTC Gateway as NFV
• Conclusions
Maurizio De Paola, Senior Project Manager, Telecom Italia
16:55
PANEL DISCUSSION: The possibilities from a
developer perspective
• Lowering barrier to entry – the key to innovation. Examples
of how WebRTC has been used creatively
• The modifications you need to consider to IMS for
• What part can the telcos and vendors play to drive
• The benefits of using DataChannel as the model to
• What API exposure do developers need? What is missing?
innovation through third party developers?
transport complimentary protocols
Moderator: Tsahi Levent-Levi, Founder, BlogGeek.me
Nuno Silva, Senior Consultant and Professor, Portugal
Telecom
Patrice Crutel, Senior Architect, Bouygues Telecom
VoLTE/ViLTE, webRTC and RCS: The Next
Generation Unified Communication (NGUC)
• Perspective of VoLTE/ViLTE
• Value-Addition of VoWifi
• Value-Addition of webRTC & RCS
• Evolution to NGUC
Patrice Crutel, Senior Architect, Bouygues Telecom
DEVELOPER
OPERATOR
WebRTC and Unified Communications:
Revolutionizing how we communicate
• What WebRTC enables for mobile players
• The opportunities created for operators
• The next steps towards Unified Communications
Networking Break & Exhibition Visit
WebRTC-based clients to access IMS
OPERATOR
John Ince, CEO, Project Peach
15:55
performance?
12:15
Developer standpoint – creating products with
WebRTC
• WebRTC used in diverse ways
• A developer’s take on software construction
• The problems encountered and their resolutions
Terry McCabe, Chief Technology Officer, Mavenir Systems
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
11.15
Carsten Rhod Gregersen, Founder, Nabto
13:05
• Sharing in knowledge for the benefit of all
progress has been made and what questions still need
to be answered?
• Codecs update and development – Looking at the issue
from either side of the argument VP9 versus H.265
Victor Pascual Ávila, Technology, Innovation and
Strategy Consultant, WebRTCHacks
WebRTC and the ‘Internet of Things’
• Enabling the use of WebRTC for smart devices.
• Moving WebRTC beyond the browser
• How will WebRTC change our home?
17:40
17:50
18:15
Sebastian Schumann, Senior Designer, Slovak Telekom
Joris Swinnen, Founder, o10tct
Carsten Rhod Gregersen, Founder, Nabto
Translate Your World Live Demo
Sue Reager, President of Translate Your World will be giving
a remote presentation through TYW’s solution to outline how
TYW uses WebRTC and the importance of it to their products.
TAD Hacks Demo
Several of the WebRTC based winners from the TAD
Hackathon will pitch their Hacks to the audience. This will
be in the main conference room.
Drinks Reception
*exact speaker to be confirmed
For more information on speaking opportunites please contact Jackson
AGENDA DAY 2: 15TH APRIL 2015
THE MONETIZATION OF WEBRTC
13:15
08:50 Welcome Note and Speed Networking
should be looking to include
Adam Linford, Head of Labs, Truphone
and use cases
Ivan Krevati, Senior Expert, Hrvatski Telekom
A telco’s vision of tomorrow
• A telco plan of a future WebRTC launch - what are the
stumbling blocks?
• How the telcos see their future with WebRTC
Svein Willassen, PhD – head of appear.in,
appear.in – Telenor Digital
15:00 Networking Break & Exhibition Visit
15:45
A timeline and forecast
• What are the foreseeable challenges for WebRTC that
need to be addressed before we can see its true value?
• What can we expect from the industry in the near
PANEL DISCUSSION: The new business model
including WebRTC
• How can WebRTC allow us to be relevant to our
developments and Proof of Concepts
Tsahi Levent-Levi, Founder, BlogGeek.me
future?
• What lessons can we take forward from early
customers?
• How WebRTC can help us to reach new customers and
how can we monetize this space?
• Discussing the potential impact WebRTC will have on
different industries
Adam Linford, Head of Labs, Truphone
16:10
Post-launch experiences from a locally developed
internal proof of concept implementation
• Service description
• Used technologies and integration challenges
• Lessons learned
16:35
business model?
ignore?
Stephen Sale, Principal Analyst, Analysys Mason
success
PANEL DISCUSSION: How can you make the
most of WebRTC?
• Looking at the power of context when discussing how
PANEL DISCUSSION: Comparing WebRTC to
its hype
• Has WebRTC failure to deliver on its initial promise?
• Can WebRTC be the disruptive technology that was
initially hoped for?
• What has contributed to this view?
Moderator: Stephen Sale, Principal Analyst,
Analysys Mason
Networking Break and Exhibition Visit
How can we measure WebRTC’s performance?
• Insights into innovative ways to measure WebRTC’s
The OTT view
• What are the effects that WebRTC has on an OTT’s
• What is an OTTs plan for WebRTC – do you adopt or
Sebastian Schuman, Senior Designer, Slovak Telekom
• The various channels to get a clear idea of its impact
12:35
14:35
Thomas Scheerbarth, Senior Expert of Voice and
Multimodal Solutions, T-Labs – Deutsche Telekom
DETERMINING WEBRTC’S IMPACT
12:10
AN UNCERTAIN FUTURE
DEVELOPER
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
11:20
Lunch and Exhibition Visit
new streams of revenue?
09:50 How Should a telco approach WebRTC? Buy,
make or partner?
• What are the solutions available to a telco?
• The key considerations for each solution
• Using WebRTC to develop a variety of use cases
10:55
13:35
• What are the value-added capabilities that WebRTC
09:25 WebRTC as a new SDP for telco’s
• Comparisons regarding the exposure of capabilities
10:15
implementing WebRTC
Joris Swinnen, Founder, o10tct
17:00 WebRTC 2.0 or 1.1?
• The development of a new standard and why
• Is ORTC a competitor or a big brother?
• Additional capabilities and evolved APIs
• Is the development of ORTC a hindrance to that of
OPERATOR
OPERATOR
09:00 New revenue streams created
• Examples of new avenues and capabilities using WebRTC
• How can telcos make use of the technology to create
WebRTC’s impact on Vertical Markets
• Is the real killer app for WebRTC in vertical markets?
• A case-study of a vertical market business
WebRTC or is it an evolution?
Manuel Nunez Sanz, Core Network, CTO, Telefonica
Global
17:25Close
valuable WebRTC can be
• Act now with WebRTC or wait for developments and a
standard – Will it be too late?
• How can the ecosystem collaborate to deliver the best
possible WebRTC stack?
Tsahi Levent-Levi, Founder, BlogGeek.me
Victor Pascual Ávila, Technology, Innovation and
Strategy Consultant, WebRTCHacks
Svein Willassen, PhD – head of appear.in,
appear.in – Telenor Digital
Szabo at [email protected] or call +44 (0) 207 551 9359
Good overview
about the
current status of
WebRTC. Good
networking
opportunities.”
Master Expert Core Network Architect,
E-Plus Mobilfunk
R
1
14 – 15 April 2015, Hilton Tower Bridge, London
Refreshment
Area
Very interesting
topics discussed”
Senior Architect - Core and Service
Network Layer, Bouygues Telecom
It was a very
interesting and
useful event.”
SPONSORS
Business Development Manager, WIT Software
PLATINUM SPONSOR
Oracle Communications solutions span the communications industry
landscape -- from cross-channel customer experience and business
and operational support systems, to network service and session
delivery and control solutions -- enabling service providers and
enterprises to deliver and monetize innovative digital lifestyle services,
build strong customer relationships, and streamline operations. For
more information, visit www.oracle.com/communications
Excellent opportunity for
networking at senior level”
Network Strategy and Architecture Manager, Three Mobile
ENDORSING ASSOCIATION
SILVER SPONSOR
Mavenir Systems (NYSE: MVNR)
provides software-based networking
solutions that enable mobile service
providers to deliver next generation services over 4G LTE networks.
Mavenir™ has a fully virtualized end to end portfolio of Voice/Video,
Messaging and Mobile Core products that include IP Multimedia
Subsystem (IMS), Evolved Packet Core (EPC) and Session Border
Controller (SBC). Mavenir’s solutions, based on the award-winning
mOne® software platform, leverage NFV and SDN technologies for
deployments on cloud-based infrastructure.
MEDIA PARTNERS
www.webrtc-conference.com
Excellent
Initiative in
driving WebRTC
ecosystem forward.”
Application Corner
Senior Principal Engineer, Mahindra
Comviva
INTERESTED IN SPONSORING/
EXHIBITING?
See WebRTC based
applications at the Corner
during every break over
the course of the
conference
12
Please contact Christopher Wells
E: [email protected]
T: +44 (0) 207 017 6446
10
9
8
R
R
7
15
6
R
2
4
Excellent
introduction
to a ‘new’ technology”
R
Development Director, Zylinc
Speed
Networking
Zone
R Reserved
Perfectly
done and
well discussed”
Operations Manager, Infocom
VIP
NETWORKING
Create a wish list of who you would like to meet during
the event.
Enjoy the benefits of
networking by participating
in our VIP speed networking
sessions, which take
place during the morning
refreshment breaks.
Our Head of VIP relations will help facilitate introductions
through exclusive one-to-one meetings and onsite
introductions.
Lauren Menzies
Head of VIP Relations
“The best use of 30 minutes Swap business cards and if
within the whole event”
there is mutual interest you
Email: [email protected]
Tel: +44 (0) 207 017 7801
Create a wish list of event
attendees you would like to
meet
We will then request
meetings
and facilitate introductions
Doug Tait, Director Comms Global
Markets, ORACLE
“Extremely professionally
organised. Lauren was
amazing with scheduling.
Extremely impressed,
great value”
Tyler Kratz, CEO, DAS
Communications
50 Minute sessions
With 2 Minutes per meeting
= 25 new connections &
25 potential business
opportunities
www.webrtc-conference.com
have the ideal platform from
which to follow up later!
OVUM: ANALYST INSIGHT
SARA KAUFMAN
Senior Analyst
Ovum
GLOBAL MOBILE MARKET
OUTLOOK: 2014–19
Global mobile subscriptions are forecast to rise by 1.8 billion
between end-2013 and end-2019, from 6.7 billion to 8.5 billion,
equating to a CAGR of 4.2% over the period and 28% in absolute
terms. Asia-Pacific will be the biggest contributor to growth in
subscription numbers, and will account for 53% of total global
subscriptions at end-2019, and 55% of global net additions during
the forecast period. Africa will see the most rapid increase in
subscription count, with a CAGR over the forecast period of 7.4%.
Fig: Mobile subscriptions by region, end-2013 to end-2019
8,000
7,000
6,000
Source: Ovum
Subscriptions (000s)
9,000
5,000
4,000
3,000
2,000
1,000
0
Europe
North
America
Latin America &
the Caribbean
Asia
Pacific
Middle
East
Africa
As competition from OTT voice, messaging, video, and
other content services increases, operators need to design
and deliver their services in a more flexible and dynamic
way. To achieve this, operators are moving key capabilities,
features, and access control off of devices and the network
in order to be more centralized, accessible, and Webbased. This is evident in the abundance of cloud, OTT,
and other service initiatives operators around the globe
have launched, a trend that will gain momentum over the
forecast period.
But operators should be wary of the promise of big
incremental revenue opportunities in RCS or VoLTE.
Instead, they should continue to sell LTE on its very real
benefits in terms of data services and to use RCS and
VoLTE to future-proof their networks and improve the
overall customer experience with service innovations,
rather than thinking of them as new revenue opportunities.
The real benefit of offering voice on the LTE network is that
it allows for more efficient operation and thus reduced opex.
We expect to see many more operators launch VoLTE
services in 2014 and beyond as VoLTE-capable devices
become more affordable and widely available to operators.
This article has been taken from Ovum’s Knowledge Center, for more information please visit: ovum.com/knowledge-center/ or visit
www.ovum.com. To hear more from our analyst team join our Analyst Community group on LinkedIn www.ovum.com/linkedin, follow us
on Twitter www.twitter.com/OvumTelecoms or contact us at [email protected]
© Informa UK Ltd 2014.
All rights reserved.
For more information,
visit www.ovum.com
REGISTER TODAY!
3 EASY WAYS TO REGISTER:
Visit the website: www.webrtc-conference.com
14 – 15 April 2015, Hilton Tower Bridge, London
£299
ENTRY RATE FOR
OPERATORS AND
APP DEVELOPERS
Telephone the bookings hotline: +44 (0)20 7017 5506
Use Event Code:
I8NK2
Register by Email: [email protected]
Check www.hotelmap.com/pro/MJXUI for information regarding discounted accommodation.
FOR OPERATORS AND DEVELOPERS
Early bird rate - before 13/02/15
Full rate - after 13/02/15
WebRTC Global Conference
£299*
£399
3 day pass - Main Event + Kranky Geek OR Workshop
£399*
£499
Platinum Pass - Full Event, Kranky Geek AND Workshop
£499*
£599
FOR OTHER MARKET PARTICIPANTS
Early bird
Full rate
WebRTC Global Conference
£1,299*
£1,699
3 day pass - Main Event + Kranky Geek OR Workshop
£1,599*
£1,999
Platinum Pass - Full Event, Kranky Geek AND Workshop
£1,849*
£2,249
PAYMENT TERMS
Informa Telecoms & Media payment terms require
that all delegate fees are due in full on booking.
Failure to pay for your reserved place may result in
the booking being released. All fees include lunch,
refreshments and event documentation. The fees
do not include hotel accommodation.
Discounts
*Early Bird pricing offers are only available if
payment is made at time of booking. If payment
is not made at point of booking the standard nondiscounted price applies.
Multi-booking discounts will only be valid for
delegates from the same company when booked
as a group at the same time and paid for in full at
that point.
Cancellations
If you cancel a conference registration prior to 30/03/2015
you will receive a refund less a cancellation charge of £150.
We regret that NO REFUNDS can be made for cancellations
received after this date. However, we welcome substitute
delegates at any time. It may be necessary for reasons beyond
the control of the organisers to alter the content and the timing
of the programme or the identity of the speakers. This contract
is subject to English Law. TAX: Under UK Customs & Excise
regulations, all delegates are required to pay 20% VAT on any
conference taking place in UK.
Are You Registered?
You will always receive an acknowledgement of your booking
via email. If you do not receive anything, please call us on +44
(0)20 7017 5506 to make sure we have received your booking.
How to Pay
Telephone our customer services team on +44 (0) 207 017 5506
and quote I8NK2, your company name and delegate surname(s).
Please note these payments will also be processed via our
secure and compliant payment system so your card details are
never compromised. Informa UK Ltd, in conjunction with Tax
Back International VAT reclaim, the world’s leading VAT recovery
organisation, can help you to make a significant reduction on your
attendance cost. Once an invoice has been sent to you, Tax Back
International will advise you as to how the VAT can be reclaimed.
Informa is PCI compliant and for security reasons now only
accept credit card payments.
Call Monitoring
Telephone calls to Informa UK Ltd may be recorded or monitored
in order to check the quality of the service being provided.
Data Protection
The personal information shown, and/
or provided by you will be held on a
database and shared with companies
in the Informa Group. It may be
used to keep you, or any additional
names provided by you, up to date
with developments in your industry.
Sometimes your details may be
obtained from or made available to
external companies for marketing
purposes. If you do not wish your details
to be used for this purpose, please write
to The Database Manager, Informa UK,
Maple House, 149 Tottenham Court
Road, London, W1T 7AD