Supported by DTI
Over 300 people attended last month’s BSG Broadband Britain Conference in London (28-29 October). The event was themed around realising the value of broadband and how it is starting to provide real benefits for users, consumers, small businesses, public services and communities and how this growing broadband value proposition can be translated into real commercial success for the companies and organisations that make up the broadband value chain.
The presentations from the conference are available to view as pdfs below:
Session 1 – The Consumer Value Proposition – James Crabtree/Simon Roberts, iSociety
Session 2 – The Business Value Proposition – Jenny Searle, Oracle
Session 3 – The Public Value of Broadband – Jamie Bend, IPPR (Speech)
Session 4 – The Community Value of Broadband – William Dutton, Oxford Internet Institute
Session 5 – The Commercial Value of Broadband – David Cleevely, Analysys