Get involved in techUK's Delivering Connectivity for All campaign week
Join us for our 'Delivering Connectivity for All' campaign week (9 - 13 March) that explores the opportunities to deliver connectivity across the UK.
Starting on Monday 9 March, techUK kicks off its 'Delivering Connectivity for All' campaign week, where we will explore the opportunities to deliver connectivity across the UK and what needs to be done to ensure all consumers and businesses can benefit.
Throughout this campaign week we will be bringing you guest blogs from across the telecoms sector which will look into the opportunities and barriers of connectivity throughout the UK, how connectivity can provide support to various sectors and what needs to be done to ensure all can benefit from connectivity.
We are looking for both members and non-members interested in contributing to this campign week on the following themes:
- Monday – Fibre driver and infrastructure sharing
- Tuesday – Connectivity support for the rural economy
- Wednesday – The 5G ecosystem (including Creative Industries, Industry 4.0, Health)
- Thursday – IOT connectivity
- Friday – Overcoming the barriers and delivering the ecosystem needed for effective coverage
All blogs must take into account our contributor guidelines found here and be submitted by Friday 6 March.
When submitting the blog, please ensure to include the author's name and job title, as well as a blog title (maximum 60 characters) and any social media handles you would like us to use.
Following your contributions, we will look to produce additional literature to further promote the content generated during the week.
You can get involved with this campaign week on social media using @techUK and #ConnectivityForAll
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