Renowned experts confirmed to speak at Management World

Fourteen distinguished keynote speakers and more than 50 summit keynote speakers, including C-level executives from across the global information, communications and entertainment industries are now confirmed to speak at TM Forum's 11th Management World conference in Nice, France, May 18-20, it was announced.

So far, keynotes from across the communications-media value-chain include:
William So, President, China Unicom Europe
Giovanni Chiarelli, CIO, Telecom Italia
Thierry Zylberberg Executive VP Strategic Partnerships & General Manager Healthcare, France Telecom
Nick Ogden, CEO, Voice Commerce (Formerly, CEO, World Pay, Royal Bank of Scotland)
Akil Beshir, Chairman, Telecom Egypt
Fari Ebrahimi, SVP & CIO, Verizon Services Operations
John Melick, President, Primus Telecommunications International
Jim Burke, Senior Vice President Service Management, Deutsche Telekom
Mehrdad Mansourpour, Managing Director & Chief Information Officer, UPC Broadband
Jan Vorstermans Executive Vice President Technology & Solutions, Telenet
Bhaskar Gorti, Senior Vice President & General Manager Communications Global Business, Oracle Corporation
Emily Nagle Green, President & CEO, Yankee Group
Gerd Leonhard, Media, Technology & Communications Futurist
Mark Curtis, CEO, Flirtomatic

Key Facts:
Management World is the world's leading communications management conference, bringing together more than 3,000 executives from 80 countries to network, share ideas and learn from industry experience. The conference is widely regarded as the annual meeting place for the industry.

Beyond the outstanding keynote line-up, the conference will feature more than 200 speakers across five summits over three days, including:
Successful Business Transformation Summit
Driving Technology & Operational Excellence Summit
Growth through New Content & Innovative Services Summit
Excellent Customer Experience Summit
Revenue Management & Profitability Summit.

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