Tuesday, March 30, 2010
08:30 AM - 05:00 PM
3240 Hillview Ave.
Palo Alto, CA 94306
CTIA's spring trade show is the premier venue for the wireless industry in the United States. But, as all foot-weary telecom professionals know, after your string of meetings back and forth around the show, there’s precious little time to actually spend learning what’s hot, and seeing the most worthwhile on the show floor. That's why The Telecom Council puts together these roundtable events after large tradeshows - so our members can share what they learned, what they saw, and their opinions of the products and companies that made an impression on them – all in the context of telecom. This gives members who didn’t go a chance to learn from those who did, and those who went also get the chance to fill out their notes with things they might have missed. Telecom Council Debrief Meetings are intimate, interactive, roundtable discussions limited in size and packed with news, ideas, and opinions from the show by our analyst, Derek Kerton, and Telecom Council members who attended the show. During the moderated roundtable, each attendee will get a chance to discuss their opinions, their take-aways, and share any gems they found - all in the spirit of networking, communication, and collaboration in our industry. Throughout the meeting, we encourage comments, disagreements, and interaction from everyone in the room. We have opened 3 sessions for this debrief, including a virtual session for the morning slot. You may register for one but not all sessions below during the registration process online. Please note that the 8:30 session is a virtual session only.
- 08:30 AM - 10:00 AM Online-Only, Virtual Meeting, sponsored by Mingleverse
- 11:00 AM - 02:00 PM Lunch Session with Show & Tell
- 02:30 PM - 05:00 PM Afternoon Session with Show & Tell
Our innovative debrief events have been extremely successful, and are consistently highly rated by all that attend. We routinely get feedback like this quote from our CES 2008 Debrief survey: “You saved me 3 days and $3,000. Great summary and great insights…” This meeting and the associated debrief report are free to Telecom Council members or non-members may register for $200 with an optional fee for the debrief report. An annual Basic Membership option will be available during the registration process for this event if your company would like to join the Telecom Council.