Learn How to Get a Gig for Your Community. Join the FTTH Council in Kansas City for this Interactive Conference!
Business and community leaders across the U.S. understand that they must upgrade their broadband networks for their communities to remain competitive in the global economy. But information on how to achieve that goal is hard to find and often overwhelmingly technical. Building upon the experiences of its own members and that of its partners, the FTTH Council Americas is holding this special conference in Kansas City at The Westin Crown Center to provide communities with the Toolkit they need to deploy gigabit networks.
Hear from those on the frontlines of the gigabit revolution—public and private sector leaders who have brought (or are bringing) ultra-high speed broadband to their communities. Through general sessions and interactive workshops, we will showcase the tools to get gigabit deployed, including an understanding of the value proposition of gigabit networks and how to create an asset inventory, aggregate demand, issue an RFP, and manage implementation.
Conference participants include:
- State and local government officials;
- Community/civic leaders;
- Companies and organizations that deliver video, Internet, and/or voice services over high-bandwidth, next-generation, direct fiber optic connections; and
- Companies that manufacture FTTH products and others involved in planning and building FTTH networks.
This is the event for you to connect with and learn from peers who have gone through the steps of building an all-fiber network and, most importantly, to craft an action plan that you can take home and begin implementing.
Please note that if you are a vendor company you must be an event sponsor and/or an FTTH Council Premier or General Vendor member in order to attend and participate in this exclusive gathering of civic and business leaders who are pursuing gigabit broadband.
Sponsorship Opportunities Available
The FTTH Community Toolkit Conference provides you with access to national business prospects and partnerships. Meet the community leaders who are looking for ways to deploy ultra-high speed fiber networks. For more information, download the sponsorship guide, and contact Kris Wolcott at 312-673-4722 or Sara Kolovitz at 312-673-4779.