The SCTE™, the Society for Broadband Professionals, today announced that its sixth Balkan Broadband conference and exhibition, which took place at the Holiday Inn, Belgrade, on 2 October, was a success, attracting approximately 250 delegates and 26 exhibitors and sponsors.
SCTE™, the Society for Broadband Professionals, is delighted to confirm the success of its sixth Balkan Broadband conference and exhibition at the Holiday Inn, Belgrade on 2 October. The event attracted approximately 250 delegates and 26 exhibitors/sponsors. It was supported by the Serbian Ministry of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications and hosted in cooperation with PUKOS – the Business Association of Cable Operators of Serbia - which held its member AGM straight after the event at the same venue.
Opening Keynote presentations from the Serbian Ministry of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications (focusing on the current broadband environment in Serbia) and Andrija Bednarik, President, PUKOS (Business Association of Cable Operators of Serbia), focused on the broadband/cable landscape in Serbia.
The SCTE has planned a “Virgin Media/UPC Taster Training Day” series and would like to invite all Virgin Media/UPC SCTE members to join us and support this initiative. The training days are planned for 10 February 2015 at Virgin Media (VM) Croydon, 12 February 2015 at UPC Dublin, 10 March 2015 at UPC NL (UPC NL, Kabelweg 51, Amsterdam) and 12 March 2015 (Belgium Day at Telenet, Mechelen). We believe that these will provide vendors with a new opportunity to engage with VM/UPC technicians and engineers in a friendly and professional setting.
SCTE, the Society for Broadband Professionals, is now seeking nominations for its 2015 Individual and Technological Innovation Awards which recognize individual and company success in the broadband industry. The deadline for nominations is 31 January 2015.