The 2nd Annual Media & Telecommunications Convergence Conference - 2005

Sponsors:

  • Jawwal
  • Batelco
  • Xpress
  • Motorola
  • Jordan Telecom
  • Oracle

Speakers:

  • Ms. Nadia Al Saeed
  • Mr. Osman Sultan
  • Mr. Jawad Jalal Abbassi
  • Mr. Hakam Kanafani
  • Mr. Tarek Abualam
  • Mr. Ronaldo Mushawar
  • Mr. Chris Forrester
  • Mr. Tony Ghattas
  • Mr. Bashar Arafeh
  • Mr. Rakesh Wahi
  • Mr. Bashar Dahabreh
  • Mr. Ziad Masri
  • Dr. Ammar Bakkar
  • Mr. Sulieman Maani           
  • Mr. Luc Savage
  • Mr. Mohammad Alyan
  • Mr. Marwan Juma
  • Mr. Michael Dagher
  • Mr. Hani Jabsheh
  • Mr. Stephen Rawson
  • Mr. Mikhael Ghossain
  • Mr. Sherif Hamouda           
  • Mr. Sotiris Bithas

Agenda:

  • The value chain of Media and Telecoms convergence
  • Entering a competitive cellular market: Content and VAS as a competitive advantage
  • CRM: A customer centric approach to enhance visibility of customer needs and personalize digital content.
  • Triple Play fixed networks: Silver bullet for revival of fixed services?
  • Cellular Allure, serving the young Arab mobile user
  • The Promise of Broadband Internet: Broadband-driven Opportunities and active ways to promote broadband usage.
  • Rich Content services: A differentiator for competitive operators.
  • 3G Technology in the Arab World: The Prospects and the Benefits.
  • TV, Radio and Media operators’ Strategies to capitalize on enhanced telecoms usage amongst its target market. Liberalization policies effects on market development
  • An Overview of the Arab telecom and media markets
  • Business-focused VAS in Cellular Networks
  • The future shape of fixed services operators in the region
  • The Arab SAT TV Industry: An update
  • Mobile portable handset features: Driving content or driven by content? Adapting devices for networks and standards of connectivity and Marketing new devices.
  • Creating and aggregating Content for the Arab Mobile Markets
  • E commerce and Online Internet advertising and in the Arab World
  • Mobile Content: Best practices for compelling content. Managing strategic alliances for maximum revenue for all players involved. Strategies to enhance MMS usage: A Case Study
  • Telecom companies strategies for enhancing content