THE LONDON CLUB
The London Club, will be held on Tuesday, April 28th 2020 from 9am to 10am BST.
We will discuss the Impacts on covid19 on the wider telecom sector, UK&I focus
The speakers will be:
- Clive Carter, Director of Strategy, OFCOM: The UK focus, regulation to foster the sector in times of crisis.
- Neil Geary, Director Network Evolution, Virgin Media: Virgin Media’s response to covid19.
- Pablo Iacopino, Director of Ecosystem Research, GSMA Intelligence: Worldwide outlook of the impact of covid19 so far.
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THE PARIS CLUB
The Paris Club, organised on Wednesday, 29 April from 9:30 to 10:30 am, will provide an opportunity to prepare the workshops for the DigiWorld Summit on 1 and 2 December and to present the three DigiWorld Commissions sponsored by the Senior Advisors, who will be present for the occasion, on issues that are more strategic than ever for digital players and French and European manufacturers:
- Digital and ecological transition – commission sponsored by Anne Lange, Entrepreneur, Board Member Orange, Econocom, Pernod Ricard, FFP, Imprimerie Nationale.
- Digital Sovereignty – commission sponsored by Antoine Petit, Chairman and CEO, CNRS.
- 5G: leveraging digital transformation in Europe – commission sponsored by Agnès Touraine, President, Act III Consultant.
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THE BRUSSELS CLUB
The Brussels Club, will take place on Thursday, April 30 from 10am to 11am, in partnership with the Wik.
Linked to current events, this Club will allow us to understand the impacts of COVID-19 on our industry. Several members of the Club will give their point of view to complement the contributions of IDATE DigiWorld and the Wik on the subject.
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How is Covid-19 affecting 5G?
The public health crisis caused by the Covid-19 pandemic has affected the entire planet, since it first appeared in late 2019. The crisis forced a number of countries to scale back their economic activity for several weeks, if not months. As a result, the global economy has fallen into its deepest recession since the Great Depression of 1929 – a recession that has affected every single industry worldwide. Even if telecommunications have helped sustain businesses that could continue to operate virtually, the telecoms industry itself, 5G included, has felt the impact of the pandemic.