"Connectivity Is the Revolution!" 2018 - 3rd Thought Leadership Forum

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"Connectivity Is the Revolution!" 2018 - 3rd Thought Leadership Forum

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Reed Smith LLP 1301 K Street Northwest # 1100 East Building Washington, DC 20005

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Geeks Without Frontiers’ Thought Leadership Forum will focus on technological innovations, delivering digital access to underserved communities, emerging global challenges, and financially sustainable broadband business plans.

The Forum features engaging panel sessions including:

  • C-Level Roundtable on how to profitably deliver digital access into unserved markets, latest lessons learned, and implications for the future of sustainable broadband.

  • Shark-tank cross examination of connectivity companies’ business cases and investment models, and how they are bridging the Digital Divide.

  • Deep-dive discussion on Geeks Without Frontiers’ recently launched “HumanityConnect!” initiative to provide connectivity for refugees and disaster-affected communities.

For more details on the program, speakers and the Forum, visit www.ConnectivityForum.com


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