When – 23rd October 2023
Time – 18.30 – 22.00
Where – Terrace Pavilion, House of Commons, UK Parliament London SW1A 0AA
A landmark debate focusing on the future of Investment in the UK’s Digital Economy.
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The event is kindly hosted by the Rt. Hon. Mark Tami MP.
The debate will be opened by Sir Chris Bryant-Shadow Minister for Culture and Digital.
Panel members confirmed are;
- Rob Kenny-Co- founder of Communication chambers
- Schellion Horn-Grant Thornton- Partner, Co-head of Economic Consulting, Grant Thornton.
- Richard Flint-Chief Strategy Officer at AllPoints Fibre
- Paul Morris- Head of Government Affairs and Sustainable Business-Vodafone
- Matt Hammond -Partner at Foresight Group.
- Charles Cameron -Partner at Cameron Barney LLP.
The debate will focus on:
- The Investor’s approach to opportunities in the current economic climate
- The UK Government’s policy in tackling rural digital infrastructure
- The Shadow Government’s digital infrastructure policy
- Mergers, acquisitions, and consolidation within the Altnets
The evening will start with arrivals at 6.30pm. From 7.00 pm to 7.30 pm there will be a series of short speeches by keynote speakers from the Parliament. This will be followed by a panel discussion and a Q&A session util 9.30 pm. There will then be food and drinks and a networking opportunity for our guests. The event will conclude by 10.30 pm.
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The UK Fibre Connectivity Forum (“the Forum”) is an association of membership striving for digital connectivity across the whole of the UK. It is a not-for-profit organisation run by volunteers and relying on sponsorship to fund its activities.
The Forum is committed to working to support and advise policy makers to deliver policies that can create a fertile environment for the rapid growth of the UK’s digital economy.
Its mission is to be a vocal group, lobbying, influencing, and educating policy makers as to the most fair and efficient way to put an end to the digital divide.