Virtual Events

As your customers are adjusting to a new way of working and living online, now is the time for you to become more creative in how you interact with them and get your key messages across.

Digital events provide a way of generating new business opportunities and nurturing your existing clients using virtual content.

Juliet Media has a range of digital solutions to help you achieve your goals. With our physical events experience as well our digital expertise we are in a unique position to do this. We also have a large database of contacts in the telecoms industry that are keen to digest fresh content currently. This reach will enable you to push your brand and generate new leads.

We can support you over the coming months to keep your business moving forward.

We offer a range of virtual content, from basic webinars to virtual panels and virtual networking events. This virtual content provides a great way of keeping the conversation going and driving the industry forward whilst we are unable to meet face to face.

Sponsor one of these virtual content sessions and you will benefit from:
– We will work with you develop a topic title that will generate good interest
– Positioning yourself as an industry thought leader with a custom online event to your target audience
– The opportunity to add your companies subject matter expert as a moderator or speaker during the session (we will bring other expert speakers from our network to deliver content as well)
– Full production and editorial support
– Your brand on all the virtual event content – emails, LinkedIn, Twitter
– The attendee sign up list with contact details so you can follow up after the session
– A chance to present your case studies to other potential clients

Past Events

28th May 12.00-13.30 BST
Virtual Panel – Advanced Communications – Why Do We Need 5G? What Can’t 4G or WiFi Deliver? What is the Role of IoT?
– 5G is the next generation of mobile internet connection and offers much faster data download and upload speeds, allowing far more devices to access the mobile internet at the same time. But why do we need it? Is 4G not enough?
– What is the role of 4G, IoT and combinations of technologies?
– What’s really exciting is all the new services that will be built that we can’t foresee
– Does WiFi retain its residential crown?

Derek Long, Head of Telecoms and Mobile, Wireless and Digital Services, Cambridge Consultants
Tony Sceales, Head of Programme Development, 5G Programme, Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport (DCMS) – UK Government
Jiri Laznicka, Chief Technology and Information Officer for IoT, Orange Group
Dritan Kaleshi, Head of Technology, 5G, Digital Catapult

9th June 12.00-13.30 BST
Virtual Panel – Industry 4.0 and the 5G Era
How can 5G and other complementary technologies help to drive the 4th industrial revolution?

– The role of smart automation
– WiFi, private networks, Edge
– Version 1 of 5G vs. what 5G will look like in 18 months or 3 years

Dean Bubley, Founder and Director, Disruptive Analysis
Simon Parry, CTO UK&I, Nokia Enterprise, Nokia & Phil Cottom, Head of Sales, UK&I Industrial Private Wireless, Nokia Enterprise, Nokia
Mark Stansfeld, Chair, West Midlands 5G
Catherine Gull, Head of Business Development, Three Private Networks

Sponsored by:

7th July, 12.00-14.00 BST
Virtual Summit – Bridging the Gap Between Government Initiatives and Full Commercial Business
– Why should governments invest in driving 5G into industry
– Out of the current government initiatives, what is already proving its long term commercial ‘legs’
– Building on early experiences, creating businesses
– Updates on 5G programme initiatives, trial developments and announcements – what’s next?
– Scalability and investment opportunities
– What barriers still exist that the government could look at and resolve? The funding gap

Tony Sceales, Head of Programme Development, 5G Programme, Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport (DCMS) – UK Government
Ben Grubb, Head of 5G Strategy and Business Operations, Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport (DCMS) – UK Government
Dr Mike Short CBE, Chief Scientific Adviser, Department for International TradeUK Government
Peter Stoker, Chief Engineer – Connected & Autonomous Vehicle, Millbrook

20th August 12.00-13.30 BST
Virtual Panel – The Role of the Operator vs. Private Networks
– Will enterprises develop their own private networks rather than using operators?
– Could operators just become backhaul providers?
– In which sectors do the opportunities for private networks lie?
– Operators will operate in different modes, will operate some standalone private networks as well

Dean Bubley, Founder and Director, Disruptive Analysis
Christian Regnier, Enterprise Technical Architect – Critical Wireless (LTE / 5G / IOT), Air France
Paul Rhodes, CEO and Head of Strategy, Evolved Network Solutions
Francesca Serravalle, Emerging Technology Director, Colt Technology Services

Sponsored by:

1st October, 12.00-13.30 BST
Virtual Panel – The Evolution of Smart Cities to Smart Communities and the Role of 5G

Rapid urbanisation is a continuing trend that governments, city representatives and governments need to address. How can 5G be used to improve the lives of city residents? How does the suite of digital technologies enable smart communities and where are the best use cases?

12.00 Welcome & Introductory Comments

12.15 Panel Discussion – The Role of 5G in Addressing Urban Challenges
– Ageing populations, rapid urbanisation, city planning
– How can 5G support public policy makers?
– What are the best technological solutions in cities?
– What challenges will 5G face in this environment alongside other technologies?
– Use cases
3 minute introductions from each panellist followed by discussion, followed by questions from the audience and networking.
Tony Sceales, Head of Programme Development, 5G Programme, Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport (DCMS) – UK Government
Julia Thomson, Smart Cities Policy Lead, Greater London Authority
Phil Siveter, Head of UK&I Enterprise & Public Sector, Nokia
Mika Hakosalo, Project Manager, City of Stockholm

Sponsored by:

28th October 12.00-13.30 BST
Virtual Workshop – Enabling New Business Models with 5G

4G enabled Uber, WhatsApp, Snapchat and much more. What will 5G enable us to do? Communications will be core to the future and offer a radical transformation of our day to day lives. What will we demand from the next generation?

The current pandemic has provided operators with opportunities to innovate with services only they can provide. How do we fundamentally change the way we cure things today i.e. how could 5G enable contact tracing?

12.00 Welcome & Introductory Comments

12.05 Panel Discussion
– Business models have changed
– Are the operators enabled?
– Does the pandemic provide a catalyst?
– The twin forces of operator innovation and the services only they can provide
– Realtime charging
– Provisioning and monetisation

Rob Searle, Head of 5G, O2
Martina Kurth, Associate VP, Head of Telco 2025 Research Europe, IDC Europe
Brendan Logan, Global Vice President, Oracle Communications Consulting
Anil Darji, Head of Development,Three
Michael Barrell, Founder & CEO, Juliet Media Ltd

12.45 Breakout Room Discussions & Networking
The audience will be split out into several smaller groups with speakers and virtual room leaders evolving some of the key points raised from the panel discussion

13.05 Feedback and Closing Remarks
The virtual panel leaders will bring some of the extra discussion points back together for the whole audience and pull out more key thoughts and conclusions

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17th November 12.00-13.45 BST
Virtual Panel – 5G and the Built Environment – Integrating 5G into 1% New Build vs. 99% Legacy


21st October 12.00-17.30 China Standard Time
Virtual Panel – 5G Use Cases in Asia