The UK-based Society for Broadband Professionals (SCTE) has unveiled the speaker line-up for its forthcoming Balkan Broadband conference in Serbia.
Rasim Ljajić, deputy prime minister and minister of trade, tourism and telecommunications, will deliver the opening keynote at the event, to be held at the Holiday Inn in Belgrade on October 2. Ljajić will speak about the current broadband environment in Serbia.
Other speakers include Andrija Bednarik, President, PUKOS (Business Association of Cable Operators of Serbia), Aleksandra Gagic, head of unit for cable access network planning and development, Telekom Srbija and Goran Poposki, president, South East Europe Broadband Council (SEEBC).
The event is being hosted in cooperation with PUKOS and is also supported by SEEBC.
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19th July 2019