LONDON, September 25, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
The leading executive meeting for the Russia, CIS and international carrier communities
Declining prices and shrinking revenues are putting carriers increasingly under pressure to implement new strategies that will promote growth and regional control. At the same time, the mobile voice market in Russia and CIS has already reached its maturity and there has been an increase in investment from international carriers and technology providers, who have identified the value in building stronger business relationships with the Russian and CIS market.
From the 6-7 October 2014, telecom executives from all over the world will meet the Russian and CIS wholesale industry in Moscow at Capacity Russia & CIS 2014. As the telecoms market becomes increasingly competitive and more carriers are looking for international business, these leading market players will exchange ideas, share experiences and develop joint strategies to ensure profitability in this ever-changing telecom landscape.
The event features research-led speaker presentations, panel discussions and dedicated networking periods. Key international players, including BT GLOBAL TELECOM MARKETS, HUTCHISON GLOBAL COMMUNICATIONS, IDT GLOBAL and TELECOM ITALIA SPARKLE will discuss how Russian operators can position Russia as the primary connection between Asia and Europe.
Telecom executives from over 35 countries will be attending the event
At Capacity Russia & CIS, leading telecom industry executives will evaluate the region's connectivity and infrastructure development, review the most important issues affecting telecoms companies across Russia and the CIS and develop multi-tiered business strategies on how to handle the rapidly increasing demand within the market.
Now in its 10th year, the conference will host over 500 delegates from 200+ companies. Last year, over 50% of the event delegates were Director-level and above with more than 60% coming from outside Russia and CIS. This year, companies have registered from 35 countries, including Armenia, Austria, Belarus, China, France, Germany, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Netherlands, Moldova, Russia, Turkey, United Kingdom and many more.
Capacity Russia & CIS 2014 presents a unique opportunity for international operators to gain an insight into the existing telecommunications environment and to evaluate its potential growth trajectory. For more information and details on how to attend visit http://www.capacityconferences.com/Capacity-Russia-CIS.
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