SCTE(TM), the Society for Broadband Professionals, is delighted to confirm that Rasim Ljaji, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications, Serbia, will deliver the opening presentation at the Society's sixth Balkan Broadband conference and exhibition in Belgrade, Serbia on 2 October 2014. His presentation will focus on the current broadband environment in Serbia. Keynote presentations from Andrija Bednarik, President, PUKOS (Business Association of Cable Operators of Serbia); Dr. Aleksandra Gagic, Head of Unit for Cable Access Network Planning and Development, Telekom Srbija; and Goran Poposki, President, South East Europe Broadband Council (SEEBC) will follow. The conference agenda is available online at http://www.thescte.eu/index.php/events/scte-balkan-conference-and-exhibition/downloads.
The Balkan Broadband conference and exhibition will take place at the Holiday Inn in Belgrade. The event is being hosted in cooperation with PUKOS and is also supported by SEEBC. The conference is free to attend for all professionals working in the broadband industry. Registration is currently available at http://bit.ly/PPl1fu.
During the event, attendees will have access to top-level keynote presentations and technology demonstrations. The schedule includes a morning conference with keynote presentations from high-level officials and Balkan cable operators on broadband operations and strategy. Following lunch, attendees can learn about innovative new technologies from the leading vendors in the broadband and cable industry.
"The SCTE has developed a strong presence in the Balkans, with more than 400 visitors and 30 exhibitors attending our 2012 conference and exhibition in Serbia. We look forward to bringing quality training and networking to the region in October," said Dr. Roger Blakeway, President, SCTE.
The SCTE has negotiated special introductory reduced rates at the Holiday Inn hotel for delegates, exhibitors and sponsors. The Holiday Inn is a 4-star landmark hotel next to the BELEXPO Convention Centre in the heart of New Belgrade -- a 10-minute drive from the centre of the Serbian capital and a 15-minute drive from Nikola Tesla airport. There are also a range of sponsorship and stand packages available for manufacturers and operators looking to take part in this exciting industry event.
More information about the SCTE's 2014 Balkan Broadband conference and exhibition can be found at http://bit.ly/PPl1fu.