Traditional and new competitors abound, all looking to grab parts of BT’s business and add them to their own customer offerings.
Can BT survive this? Is it too big to react nimbly to technological change and smaller competitors?
Other than their fabled pension fund deficit, how much do we really know about BT and what their business plans are?
The 2011 Summer Forum of the Stationers’ Company offers a unique insight into the strategic heart of BT. Two speakers, both right at the top of BT’s strategic planning team, will be providing some of the answers to these questions.
In particular they will focus on issues facing BT today and tomorrow –
• An update on UK broadband and BT’s £2.5 billion investment programme to transform the UK communications infrastructure.
• A glimpse of the services that will be enabled through this new superfast infrastructure.
The speakers for this year are Sean Williams, Group Director of Strategy, Policy & Portfolio and Dr Timothy Whitley, Group Strategy Director and the date is Monday 13th June and their focus will be issues facing BT today and tomorrow.
Sir David Arculus, who was Chairman of O2 plc before it merged with Telefonica where he currently serves as a Non-Executive Director, will chair the forum.
Tickets, which are available to non-members of the Company and their guests, can be purchased from: Helen Ashworth, Events Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org
Tel: 020 7246 0988, or click here
to purchase online - tickets are £37.50+vat.