A series of CEO discussions featuring leaders from such firms as JUICE Mobile, cornSource and WindMobile.
Toronto, ON (PRWEB) August 17, 2012
The 2012 Canadian Wireless Trade Show will feature a wide array of free seminars, special guest speakers and off-floor events scheduled for September 12 and 13 in Toronto. Organizers wanted those in attendance to have the widest possible selection to maximize their time at the annual expo.
Kicking off the first day will be an exciting panel discussion entitled ‘What’s Next for Canadian Broadband Wireless Solutions’ featuring industry leaders from three of the top wireless manufacturers in the field. Topics will include microcellular networks and how broadband wireless video surveillance assists in law enforcement.
‘Omni-channel’ will be the word of the day that afternoon as iQmetrix CEO Chris Krywulak and wireless retail partner Geral Buckho explore simplifying the shopping process by presenting customers with a familiar online interface in the store. This seamless experience merges web and retail by combining the favorite aspects of each into a single shopping experience.
“The State of the Wireless Industry” will examine how wireless carriers are adapting their customer service strategies to put customers first. The importance of listening, and truly understanding what customers want, is applied to the wireless market. Guest speaker Brent Johnston of Mobility Solutions will also discuss the positive outcomes from launching new initiatives aimed at making customer service a top priority once again.
Also free is a series of CEO discussions featuring leaders from such firms as JUICE Mobile, cornSource and WindMobile. The calendar is filled with speaking engagements, open discussions and even opportunity for debate. For a complete listing of events free to attendees, please visit http://www.canadianwirelesstradeshow.com/schedule/speakers.php to register.
The exhibitors at this year’s CWTS represent a wide range of companies throughout the industry, including some of the largest names in mobile technology. Organizers anticipate hundreds of exhibitors with thousands in attendance.