Sunday, October 15, 3 p.m.-4:45 p.m. - Kick off the show with a Marketing Workshop: Five Steps to a Successful Marketing Plan led by Ilissa Miller of iMiller PR. Here you can learn the importance of building an effective marketing plan with key elements designed to positively engage your target audience. This interactive experience will guide you on how to generate and expand new business opportunities.
Monday, October 16, 7:45 a.m.-9 a.m. - C-Suite Networking Breakfast - After the Deal: Keys to a Successful Integration - During this invitation-only event for C-level executives, David Wuensch of Axcent Networks will host a discussion with representatives from GTT, Windstream and Consolidated Communications, in which they discuss best practices and potential pitfalls that communications companies should consider during a merger or acquisition. If you are a C-level executive and would like to attend, please email Julia Strow or call 202-296-6650.
Tuesday, October 17, 7:45 a.m.-9 a.m. - Women in the Channel Presents Confidence and Connections: Elevating Each Other - This breakfast program will focus on women in tech and explore how they can develop meaningful connections and build the confidence they need to become leaders. WiC Founder Nancy Ridge, executive vice president for Telecom Brokers, will lead a discussion about the challenges women in tech face in becoming leaders, as well as specific strategies for meeting these challenges head on.
Don't Miss Out
Register today for The INCOMPAS Show to ensure that you can reserve your room at the San Francisco Marriott Marquis and be only steps away from all the action.
Registration options include full conference, as well as single-day and reception passes. Discounted group pricing is also available for groups of five or more from a single company.
INCOMPAS Comments on Verizon's Proposal to Acquire Straight Path Spectrum Licenses
On August 11, INCOMPAS filed comments in response to Verizon's proposed acquisition of Straight Path's spectrum licenses. In its filing, INCOMPAS said that "[i]f approved, the transaction would undermine competition for 5G services and fixed wireless services by further concentrating millimeter wave spectrum in the hands of the largest wireless carrier; and produce an unjustified windfall to the applicants, depriving taxpayers of their rightful compensation for this spectrum. We urge the Commission to carefully scrutinize this transaction and take appropriate steps to prevent these outcomes."
FCC Seeks NANC Nominations
FCC Chairman Ajit Pai is rechartering the agency's numbering advisory body, the North American Numbering Council (NANC), and in the process, is seeking nominations for members to serve a two-year term on the reconstituted council, beginning in the fall.
The FCC is seeking applications from every sector of the technology and communications industries, as well as members representing regulators, standards bodies, and consumers. Members will be selected to strike a balanced mix of expertise and viewpoints.
All nominations should be submitted by e-mail to NANC@fcc.gov as soon as possible, but no later than September 8, 2017. For more detailed information, see the public notice.
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