London, UK (PRWEB UK) 2 April 2014
Competition between the telecoms industry’s cable and fixed line, mobile network operators and mobile virtual network operators has never been greater. While there is ever more choice on availability of devices and network band combined with tariff structures for every conceivable need, such differences between suppliers are soon dissipated. Telecoms companies are, more than ever before, in need of finding new ways of differentiating their respective offerings.
Based on this, SMi is launching its inaugural Social Media in the Telecoms Sector Conference, taking place in London, on the 16th and 17th of July 2014.
This unique event will gather together experts from international telecom companies, mobile network operators, digital agencies and media consultants who are shaping the presence of telecom sector in the online world.
This conference will address how to measure the effectiveness and ROI of social media campaigns and strategy by looking at measures of customer loyalty, customer service, and improved brand perception that deliver increases on average revenue per user and customer lifetime value.
Key speakers confirmed their participation at the conference include leading experts from Orange, Telefonica, Swisscom, T-Mobile, BT Mobile, du, Sure, Social Media Portal, Freshminds, Social Media in Business, Malwell Corporate Projects, T-Mobile Austria, The QoE, OMD International and many more.
For more information about this event, please go to http://www.smi-online.co.uk/socialmedia-telecoms3.asp.
Key business challenges addressed during the event include:
The conference supported by Phone World, Telecoms.com, Developing Telecoms, Telecom Uncovered, TELCO Professionals, Teleinfotoday, Teletimes International, InterComms, European Communications, Central Asian Cellular Forum, The European Sting, CloudCow, Mind Commerce and many others.
For more information about this conference, or to register, contact William Youle via wyoule(at)smi-online(dot)co(dot)uk or call +44(0) 207 827 6064.
Conference website: http://www.smi-online.co.uk/socialmedia-telecoms3.asp.