Cartesian at Connected Britain 2018: Featuring talks on "Digital Britain" and "Connected Society"

Massimo Fatato, Michael Dargue and Jaume Fornos join the stakeholders leading Britain’s digital future at Connected Britain to facilitate discussions on our “Connected Society” and “Digital Britain”.

Connected Britain 2018: High Speed Connectivity for Britain’s Future

19-20 June, London

Connected Britain is where all the main stakeholders meet to discuss, learn and collaborate on the UK’s digital future. Michael Dargue will chair the “Connected Society” stream on Day 1 and will also moderate a panel on high-capacity broadband for underserved areas. Also on Day 1, Jaume Fornos will moderate a panel discussing dark fibre in the UK, and on Day 2, Massimo Fatato will lead a discussion on workplace transformation in digital Britain.

Also attending Connected Britain will be Steve Upton, Managing Partner – Telco Consulting Practice; Geoff Aitken, Vice President – Business Development; and, Graham Harvey, Head of Wi-Fi.

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PANEL: Bringing high-capacity broadband networks to the underserved

Day 1 – Connected Society stream at 11:05

Moderator: Michael Dargue, Principal, Strategy

  • Addressing the rural issue: connecting the hardest-to-reach
  • Connecting urban ‘not spots’ areas
  • Creating a regulatory framework that promotes investment in underserved areas
  • Exploring the current state of investment
  • Private and public funding strategies
  • The role of alternative access technologies

Panellists: Barry Forde, CEO, B4RN;  Dr Caroline Johnson, MP for Sleaford and North Hykeham; Richard Neudegg, Head of Regulation, uSwitch; Daniel Butler, Head of Public Affairs, Virgin Media

PANEL: Lighting up the UK: Accelerating the march to digital Britain with dark fibre

Day 1 – Digital Britain stream at 14:10

Moderator: Jaume Fornos, Manager, Strategy

  • Exploring the state of dark fibre in the UK
  • How could more effective dark fibre provision enable businesses to capitalise on digital opportunity?
  • Demand and competition dynamics
  • Exploring the regulatory environment

Panellists: George Wareing, Sales Director, CityFibre; Malcolm Goddard, Group Commercial Director, Gamma Communications 

PANEL: Workplace Transformation: Exploring changing working experiences in a digital Britain

Day 2 – Digital Britain stream at 14:55

Moderator: Massimo Fatato, Managing Partner, Next Generation Network Practice

  • Understanding the changing digital workplace and its impact on working patterns
  • How does workplace transformation enrich employees working experience and personal lives?
  • Increasing productivity in the mobile workplace

Panellists: Neil Barnett, Senior Digital Communications Manager, Heathrow Airport; Phil Clayson, Technology Director, TalkTalk; Kelvyn Hipperson, Deputy Director Workplace, HM Revenue & Customs

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