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Meet NTCA–The Rural Broadband Association
in San Francisco for the
2014 Fall Conference.

 

 


Fall Conference explores the innovative technologies and new dynamics that are changing our industry. Imagine home monitoring without ever being home. Imagine an entrepreneurial spirit taking hold within your telco. Or, imagine being able to predict future customer demands. During the Fall Conference, you’ll be introduced to ideas and strategies that will take your telco to the next level.

Educational sessions examine the smart home, IP transition, network neutrality, telecom policy and much more. Innovation Think Tanks allow for fluid discussions among your peers. Keynote speakers delve into how to adapt to future trends, as well as how to create an organization that takes responsible risks and develops leaders.

Attend Fall Conference and get ideas for how you can:

  • Add advanced technologies to your product line.
  • Develop and retain leaders within your telco.
  • Drive your company to future success.

Held in San Francisco, at the doorstep of Silicon Valley, the NTCA Fall Conference provides an opportunity for you to gain fresh perspectives and inspiration. The Union Square location is in the heart of the city, offering easy access to unique neighborhoods, restaurants and shops.


Election News

The NTCA 2015 Board of Directors
election results will be announced
during the Opening General Session.
Come to hear who your new regional
representatives will be.

CONFERENCE HIGHLIGHTS

GENERAL SESSIONS

"Competing in the Transition Economy"
Eric Garland, writer and economics expert, will share insights on megatrends and how businesses can adapt to these rapidly occurring changes.
"Software-Defined Networking"
Chris Rivera, senior director, systems engineering and architecture, Cisco Systems, discusses how software-defined networking is revolutionizing global service providers.
"High Risk, High Reward, High Impact Leadership"
Alison Levine, author and adventurer, will offer advice on how to create better teams and how to become a better leader while grooming your staff for leadership positions.


CONCURRENT SESSIONS

Concurrent educational sessions address topics that are most relevant to the rural telecommunications industry and your telco's success.


INNOVATION THINK TANKS

These think tanks will address timely industry issues and provide a conducive setting for sharing ideas and learning from colleagues. The telco executives policy discussion will give executives, managers and key staff the opportunity to provide input on NTCA's overall policy direction.


OTHER CONFERENCE HIGHLIGHTS

Welcome Reception (Sunday)
Rural Is Cool Reception and Vendor Showcase (Tuesday)


FOR MORE INFORMATION

For questions concerning the meeting, contact the NTCA meetings department at meetings@ntca.org or 703-351-2118.

For information about sponsorship or advertising opportunities, contact Michele Coleman, manager, associate engagement, at mcoleman@ntca.org or 703-351-2089.