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21C Global Summit at Blenheim Palace

The Telco 2.0 team will be supporting the second 21C Global Summit on the 12 & 13th of September taking place in the spectacular setting of Blenheim Palace, near Oxford in the UK. The Summit was founded originally by BT but is now an independent event. It gained a reputation last year for open and honest (if not fierce) debate between senior executives from around the world in the media, telecommunications and IT industries.

This year the Global Summit includes speakers like Scott McNealy (Founder and Chairman of Sun Microsystems), Peter Covell, the COO of Vimpelcom in Russia, Cory McAbee (award winning film director, actor & musician on content creation), Peter Cochrane (Silicon.com columnist and former BT Chief Scientist), Valiero Zingarelli (CEO of Babelgum IPTV and one of the founders of Italy’s Fastweb), Bill Gajda (Chief Marketing Officer of the GSM Association) and many more. Also included will be several web 2.0 companies including Kyte.tv, Jaiku and Jarman. Telco 2.0 will be moderating some of the sessions.

Attendance at the Summit is by invitation only and limited to just 180 guests only. It includes a spectacular gala dinner in the Great Hall at Blenheim, two nights accommodation at one of the best hotels in Oxford as well as the welcome reception at the Bodlean, Oxford University (the hospital ward from Harry Potter films for film buffs). To request an invite visit here.

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