Connected Britain 2019

Matt Yardley, Partner, Consulting, Ian Adkins, Principal, Consulting, and Andrew Daly, Manager, at Analysys Mason, will be moderating various panel sessions at Connected Britain 2019.

Matt will be moderating the session 'How should the channel adapt to fibre rollouts? while Ian will be in the chair for  the 'Connected Infrasturcture' track, during which will moderate the sessions  'The evolving role of data in infrastructure delivery' and, 'Improving the resiliency of digitally connected infrastructure'.

As part of the  Connected Society track, Andrew will be moderating the session 'Addressing the challenge of urban 'not spots'.

Richard Morgan, Prinipal, Consulting, at Analysys Mason, will also be attending this years event being held in London, 18-19 June 2019.

About the event

With the UK on course to have 15 million FTTH connections by 2025, and full fibre penetration by 2033 the race is on to secure investment to deliver this monumental infrastructure challenge.

At the same time new questions emerge as UK Digital Strategy sets broader challenges for the public and private sector to make the most of the opportunities this new digital infrastructure brings.

  • How can the UK deliver skills to enable the digital economy to flourish?
  • How can we support new digital businesses?
  • How can we enable businesses to deliver digital transformations that will allow them to capitalise on new opportunities?

Connected Britain 2019 is the place to find the answers to these questions.
For more information or to register for this event, go to the Connected Britain 2019 website.

Moderators and Attendees

Matt Yardley, Analysys Mason
Partner, Consulting +44 161 877 7808
Ian Adkins, Analysys Mason
Principal, Consulting +44 161 877 7808
Andrew Daly, Analysys Mason
Manager, Consulting +44 20 7395 9000
Richard Morgan, Analysys Mason
Principal, Consulting +44 20 7395 9000